The two halves of our brain can function independently or collaboratively. Organized religions is a product of left-brain thinking–verbal, calculating, planning, orderliness. Spiritually finds its home in the right brain in creativity, art, music, poetry, and direct experience of awe, mystery, and wonder. How do … read more.
They are not little green persons. They are individuals from all over the world who come to our country seeking peace, freedom of speech and economic opportunity. Aliens, you say? Until recently their residency documents described them as “registered aliens.” Lacking documents, they are called … read more.
Why do we resist what we most long for? With awareness, insight and practice we learn to move through resistance with grace.
Elisa’s sermon and songs invite us to become aware of inner obstacles and to say “yes” to growth opportunities that enhance joy, connection and … read more.
A meditation in songs and stories on the work of building communities, the perils of living within them, and the deep importance of maintaining them.
Zoe will also be at the Fellowship for The Listening Room concert at 2:30 pm.
Join us for our homecoming service where we will join each other for the beginning of a new Fellowship year. Everyone is invited to bring some water with special meaning to share — in person and on Zoom. The combined water is symbolic of our … read more.
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values was rejected for publication 121 times, but when published in 1974 it became a best seller. Its focus on quality in the context of work and technology struck a chord with many people and … read more.
This talk will focus on three women–Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Fannie Barrier Williams, and Maria Baldwin. These three women were among the most prominent intellectuals and activists of their time and their work had enduring influence throughout the 20th century and, in the case of … read more.
Deeper Than The Skin is a musical presentation on Race in America presented by internationally touring performers, Reggie Harris, and Greg Greenway. Two friends…one Black, one White…born 3 days apart into completely different narratives, use the power of story and song to move us from … read more.
An exploration of the Buddha’s most important but underappreciated and misunderstood teaching.
At the suggestion of Sandi and Donn Erickson, our Fellowship book discussion group read and were captivated by Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer. Individually and collectively we were enriched by the author’s deep knowledge of … read more.