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Primary Allegiances

In this season of presidential primaries and partisan politics, we pause to reflect on the enduring values we hold true. The first: worthiness of all.

Compassion and Presence

When someone we care about is struggling, it’s often hard to know how to be with them. We get tempted to problem-solve, to take on their emotions, or to distance ourselves. But those things often don’t help. Teachings from Buddhist traditions offer us a profound way to be present to suffering.

Hope for the Hopeless

Hope, wrote Vaclav Havel, is “a state of mind, not of the world…. It is a dimension of the soul, and it’s not essentially dependent on some particular observation of the world or estimate of the situation…. It is an orientation of the spirit, and orientation of the heart.”

Who Are You?

Who are you? It’s a question with many answers: biological, psychological, spiritual, relational… Identity is a complicated thing. Join us to explore who we are and whose we are. And join us to know that you are enough.

Hope Surprises Us

In the stories of Hanukkah and Christmas, hope shows up in unlikely places: in a desecrated temple, in a crowded little stable. In what unlikely places has hope surprised us?

The Interconnected Web

  We are all deeply interconnected with all life, yet we rarely live as if we are. Join us for celebration and challenge in word, music, and story.