Broken Open

As we reach the anniversary of the first pandemic emergency orders here in Oregon, we honor the heartbreaking grief, loss, trauma and injustice our communities have seen over the past year—and to consider where we will go from here, and how our living faith will guide us. Rev. Abigail Clauhs is an ordained UU minister and board-certified chaplain, serving in palliative care, as well as social justice work in the Portland Interfaith Clergy Resistance.

Families Encircled in Care

2020 was an unprecedented year in our world and critically so in Southern Oregon with wildfires adding to the pandemic crisis. More than 600 students in Jackson County lost their homes. Hear from Director Mary Ferrell on how Maslow Project, a local nonprofit, is responding to these unique challenges to support homeless children and families in Southern Oregon.

From Bud into Flower: Honoring the Vernal Equinox

On the Vernal Equinox, day and night are of equal length, with a promise of new growth and longer days to come. Intern Minister Alison Duren-Sutherland  invites us to imagine the growth we would like to see in the months ahead. Bring an item that speaks to you of new growth, and an intention for what you want to see growing in your life, our community, and the wider world. We will share our items and intentions as we co-create a virtual altar to celebrate the arrival of Spring.

The Solution to White Supremacy is Connection

Kokayi Nosakhere will share a message of connection over conflict. The power of sending a love letter to someone known or not, might change the world. We met our pulpit guest during Alison’s service in January. Growing up in Anchorage, Alaska, in one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in in the United States, led him into a life of spirited social activism. We welcome him back for a service of his own.

EASTER “Practicing Resurrection”

EASTER “Practicing Resurrection”

Our building is closed during the Covid-19 pandemic so we’re live streaming our Sunday services via Zoom.
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Meeting ID: 176 735 758
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