Our whole world has changed in a matter of months. High school and college seniors are missing out on important milestones, birthdays and anniversaries look different, and summer plans remain unclear. Rev. Rebecca explores how we can cross these thresholds in our new...
April 22, 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day! Rev. Rebecca helps us celebrate the natural world as we also re-commit ourselves to protecting the planet for the future.
When the women of the four gospels went to the tomb to anoint the body of Jesus, they found it empty. The grave did not contain Jesus. This Easter was different than any other Easter we have ever known. But even though the church pews will be empty, Rev. Rebecca calls...
What does love look like right now? How can we respond to everything that is happening from our deepest held values? Rev. Rebecca leads us in a service on love, resilience, and reassurance in times of crisis.
At this extraordinary time in our lives, when social distancing is the only way through this coronavirus public health crisis, we need one another. We need to be together. Rev. Rebecca calls us together online for community and comfort.
In many cultures around the world, wisdom is both ancient and feminine. Rev. Rebecca asks how we can tune into the divine feminine in today’s world, and how it might transform us.
Rev. Rebecca explores the difference between knowledge, understanding, and wisdom. And she asks: if this is the information age, why are we so slow to get from one to the other?
How do you know when you truly belong? Is there a difference between superficial community and real community? Rev. Rebecca explores how storytelling can help us build the real community we desire.
Rev. Rebecca investigates what makes love last a lifetime and shares what the experts (elders who have been married for 50+ years) have to say about building a lifetime of love and happiness!
If integrity involves having strong moral principles and sticking by them, what happens when things change? When the world changes? When our North Star shifts? When we, ourselves, change our minds? Rev. Rebecca explores what integrity means in a shifting landscape.
The typical New Year’s Resolution involves adding something to your life: working out more, reading more, doing more, being better. Rev. Rebecca reflects on how sometimes our spiritual task is actually one of subtraction: letting go of what we don’t need and who we...