Category: News

Spiritual Practices Returns to Tree of Life

First offered last spring, the program is again available beginning March 11. This 12-session series gives participants the opportunity to look at many possible ways for exploring  what is meaningful in our lives and how we connect to the sacred. The program affirms religious diversity while seeking unity in our communal quest for meaning and wholeness.

   Each session creates a forum for … read more.

Yoga Returns to Tree of Life

Cynthia Allen returns to lead us in Flow Yoga Monday mornings 9:30am- 10:15am starting March 1st. These sessions requires mobility such that one can get up and down from seating to standing poses and will end with time for a 5 minute meditation.
At the end … read more.

Compassion for Campers Rescheduled

After discussions with our great volunteers and in recognition of the difficulties we have in reaching the homeless population we aim to serve, Compassion for Campers has re-imagined our distribution programs for the balance of the cold weather season—February, March, and April.  We are going … read more.

Tree of Life:Rooted in love, extending that love to all of humanity

Our lives now face great challenges as isolation, uncertainty, anger, and pain surround us with brokenness.  Our faith calls us to serve and offer love to neighbors that we often can’t even begin to understand  — we are called to be present with a welcoming, radical hospitality (love) that is hard to even imagine.  Beyond recognition, we need a lot holding us up to … read more.

Regarding the events of January 6, 2021

January 7, 2021

Dear Tree of Life Community,

How are you doing? Earlier this week, many of us were watching with anticipation and perhaps anxiety as the long-awaited special election in Georgia concluded. Yesterday we woke to the news that Congress had started the (usually boring) process … read more.

Minister’s Musings on Imagination

As some of you have discovered through our online Tree of Life game
nights over the past few months, I love playing games.  I am especially
fond of games that involve group storytelling.  When this COVID-19
pandemic began, I put out a call to my clergy colleagues to … read more.