we are surrounded by the chaos and alien atmosphere of the unfolding pandemic,
much of the life we know is either in lockdown or heavily under siege. At this point we’ve barely entered the tunnel
of unknowns and we are nowhere near to seeing the light at … read more.
Full service from March 22, 2020
Missed our first online service? Came to the service but want to hear Cassandra’s song again? Wish granted.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and recommendations from the local health department, Poets in Resistance event scheduled for Friday, March 13, 2020 has been cancelled at this time. We hope to reschedule in the future. Stay well, our friends.
Sunday, March 22, 2020, 10:45am
The magic of poetry is that it can often distill big ideas into few words, using language that encourages us to look at things in a different way. With National Poetry Month just around the corner, the TOLUUC Poetry Group … read more.
The vegan potluck scheduled for this Sunday, March 15, 2020 at 5pm has been cancelled in response to the spread of COVID-19. We hope to return to good food and fellowship in April or May.
Wisdom is a funny word. We often use it interchangeably with the word knowledge. If you search Pixabay for images related to “wisdom”, you’ll find a lot of pictures that feature books, which certainly does reflect that we associate wisdom with what books have to … read more.
Sunday, March 8, 2020, 10:45am
“Oh, Wisdom do you come as the gentle wind on a spring day, the blustery gale that blows across the mighty waters or are you the breathe of the Holy One, whispering in my ear – listen?” Anon.
Sunday, March 1, 2020, 10:45am
Rev. Michelle Lattanzio
What does it mean to be a people of wisdom? Jimi Hendrix is quoted as having said “Knowledge speaks, wisdom listens.” Come along on a journey to explore the places we find wisdom and consider what it means … read more.
Sunday, February 23, 2020, 10:45am
Rabbi Maralee Gordon
How does one turn one’s initial reaction of “The End” to “Chapter Two” when Chapter One comes to a crashing halt. Hint: “But we’ve always done it that way” and”Who moved my cheese?” are not part of the equation.