In the midst of our current series, Leaning In, we are not only exploring what makes for meaningful community, but also considering practices that form and deepen our capacity to hold one another, even if for now, it must be from a distance. Join us as we experientially "lean in" and learn what it means to be a community in this unique season. 

may tenth

“For we are the product of His hand, heaven’s poetry etched on lives…” As we explored this verse from Ephesians 2:10 on Sunday, it feels fitting that our first practice is a writing practice based on the poem, Where I'm From by George Ella Lyon. Click on the button to the right for more information and consider sharing your poem with us

may seventeenth 

This Sunday we explored the movement from a scarcity worldveiw to an abundnce worldview as the gateway to practicing generosity. Our spiritual practice for this week is to plant something, and tend to the abundance that comes even from small investemnts of time, care, compassion and resources like water and sunlight. Then, practice generosity by giving out of that abundance! Click on the link for simple instructions to this week's practice.

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