May 22 Gathering: Resurrection from “The Tyranny of the Now”

In a time when our news feeds and public discourse seems filled with hatred, violence, and victimization, how can we not only imagine a better future, but become agents of that future?

May 8 Gathering: Running from Resurrection?

Neurological science is now telling us that our brains train our neural pathways to obsess or fixate over negativity in a way we seem unable to do with joy and positivity. In a very real sense, conflict and pessimism can easily become our default setting, while delight and happiness require a constant, conscious choosing. And yet, people of deep faith—especially those who embrace contemplative practices—seem to be able to overcome these “natural” patterns.

A New Wineskins Easter Season: Reimagining Resurrection

During the Season of Easter our community will reflect on what it looks like to begin to emerge from the extended Lent of Pandemic that has been marked not just by Coronavirus, but also by our confrontation with injustice and oppression in its many forms: racism, white supremacy, homophobia, classism, and more.

Lectio Divina Storytelling: “Practicing Resurrection” Week 3

How we hear, interpret, and tell sacred stories helps us both live into and out of the narratives that shape us. This week Drew guides us on a community journey through story and gives us the opportunity to express how we experience the divine through the tales that arise within us.

Lenten Sunday Gatherings: Practicing Resurrection

What does Lent look like when you move the focus away from mortality and toward resurrection?