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 Next service: Six Poems in Search of a Religion, April 28 @ 10:30 am
Great Expectations… – Brian J Mason

Great Expectations… – Brian J Mason

The bottom of the Christmas trees is bare; only the tree’s skirt and fallen needles remain. The New Year’s Day resolution has been made, and perhaps already broken. This season reminds us that it’s never too late to begin again.

Wasn’t that Silent of a Night – Brian J. Mason

Wasn’t that Silent of a Night – Brian J. Mason

I have an abiding love for the song “Silent Night.” You know how it goes, “Silent night, holy night, all is calm, all is bright, ‘round yon virgin Mother and Child.” There is a tender sweetness that reminds me of watching a newborn sleep, swaddled in a bassinet. I like to imagine Mary and Joseph when I sing “Silent Night.”

Watch for the Light – Brian J. Mason

Watch for the Light – Brian J. Mason

Advent is liminal space, a time bookended by winter’s darkness and spring’s light. It is a time of waiting—waiting for things you cannot achieve on your own: light and warmth, rebirth and new life.

Bread Communion – Brian J. Mason

Bread Communion – Brian J. Mason

What is your heritage? Who are your people? What traditions do you preserve and share with your friends and family? Please bring the bread (or baked good) of your heritage to share. And of course, bring the story, or stories, that convey its specialness to you. This service is intergenerational.