Collective Podcast Sermons for threshold faith communities.

This week we'll experience a sort of sampler of sermons on this well worn parable. Often called "The Good Samaritan", this story offers several levels for engagement and interpretation. Ultimately, we want to peel back each layer, get a bit deeper, and attempt to reveal the deepest goodness this story holds. In a world rocked by suffering and fear, this week presents a unique opportunity to receive some truly GOOD news.

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This week, following in our theme of unconditional hospitality, we'll explore how it is that we can continue to be a "multi-generational community", who welcomes a diversity of ages, to view time and "newness" more deeply than fads and trends, and to hopefully begin to reclaim the value of wisdom, experience, and generational integration.

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This week we continue our exploration of unconditional welcome and the risk of hospitality, with a reflection and conversation, between Ben and Lindsey, on pluralism. We'll look at the increasing pluralism of different faith, traditions and religions in our culture, with whom we live, and to whom we might extend generous welcome. We will look as well at the plurality of different beliefs within the family of our own religious tradition. Join us for a very engaging and conversational engagement with this topic, where your voice and thoughts will contribute to our shared experience.

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This week we'll explore the connection between unconditional hospitality and the risk of the unexpected arrival of the other. We'll navigate this primarily through our perspective as a congregation, welcoming of the LGBTQ+ community. Join us as we ask questions about the surrender of social initiative for the sake of true welcome.

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This week we explore a lesser told story in the Christmas narrative, and make a connection between welcoming the stranger, and welcoming the new year. When we encounter the unknown, we must chose how to interact. when these interactions become reactions, we risk compromising hospitality and justice. Join us to engage and discuss.

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