Collective Podcast Sermons for threshold faith communities.

Join us this week as Ben continues through our newest series. Come as you are. All are Welcome.

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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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The beginning of our Lent series.

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This week, pending survival in the "after-math-ew", we'll move forward with one of the most challenging but hopeful passages in this letter. In a text overwhelmingly occupied with love, we find the first instance of "do not love". We'll explore what we should make of this, and how this warning might truly lead to life.

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Join us for our Sunday night service, but in place of a sermon, we've carved out some additional time for an interview with Peter Rollins. We've heard his lectures and his parables, so in this event, we'll attempt to hear his story. Where does Peter Rollins come from, and how does he come to be Peter Rollins?

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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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This week we get to enjoy one of the most powerful evenings together at Collective. On Dia De Los Muertos, we pull together three of the most important disciplines of spirituality, of the Christian tradition, and of sacramental practice: Eat. Drink. Remember. We'll connect the center of our faith with the intuitive human connections between food and the dead, memory and celebration, facing loss and living fully. We'll do this most fully by practicing the communal meal together. A brief service will be followed by a potluck, featuring the foods you connect with passed loved ones, family, memory, and values. Bring a dish and beverage to share.

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This week we'll travel familiar territory, but will do so by an unfamiliar path. We'll ask some questions about the revival of the soul, spoken of in Psalm 23, getting behind some the specific words and phrases that bring that understanding to life. We'll also engage in some very practical, tactile engagement with how we might experience this.

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This week we'll explore a psalm that expresses not only the value of refuge and stillness, but advocates the practice of stillness as an avenue into the experience of refuge. Join us to think about and to be... still.

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