Collective Podcast Sermons for threshold faith communities.

Join as we continue through our Fall series, |Re|Form! Tonight will also be Intergenerational night! Come as you are. All are welcome.

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Join us for our tenth installment of Prophets of Comedy! Come as you are. All are welcome. 5pm.  Due to copyright restrictions, we are unable to air tonight's clip.  Please go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJYK3ihTBUY to view tonight's Prophet.

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Continuing through our newest series with guest speaker Christy Correll-Hughes. Come as you are. All are welcome.

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Instead of being ridiculed by his doubt, Thomas should be celebrated by his reasonable skepticism insisting upon his own experiences rather than taking the word of others.

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Darkest night of your life. Come find out why Lent is our Christmas. Come as you are. All are welcome.

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This week, we pick up where we left off in our study of a letter that promises life beneath the chaos. Last week got just to the edge of how we actually step into this experience. This week we'll begin our exploration of how to practice this grounded life, starting with our illusions.

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This week we begin to read the letter of 1 John; a letter of love from and for a community of love. The opening draws us into the ecstatic invitation to experience the fullness and density of life that the writers have experienced. But before we can understand this invitation and this life, we have to understand the community it comes from, and is intended for. In this community, we meet a mystical group with a dynamic and universal vision for life and faith.

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This parable is offered to the self-righteous who look down on others - certainly none of us can relate. This Sunday we wrap up our summer of parables with a really fun reading with some fascinating twists. It invites some significant personal and social reflection, and has us considering the deceptions and illusions with which we unknowingly live.

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