Collective Podcast Sermons for threshold faith communities.

Join us for our last night of our Fall series, |Re|Form! All are welcome. Come as you are.

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Kathy preaches this week to keep our Fall series going. All are welcome. Come as you are.

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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 this Sunday to hear Caitlin preach and launch our new series. 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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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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As the season of lent comes to a conclusion, we are held on Palm Sunday in the tension of ascent and descent. We know we are headed toward the death of Jesus, but Palm Sunday swells with pride as Jesus processes into Jerusalem. This week we tie together the the themes of vice and virtue, with the historical-political realities surrounding Jesus' last week; But we ultimately allow these themes and narratives to turn on us, to ask of us, questions about our allegiances, our commitments, and the roles in which we imagine ourselves in our own stories.

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This week we'll explore sloth on the continuum of work and rest, both of which can be overdone and underdone; both of which, when engaged in healthy rhythms, can be virtuous; and both of which, when taken to extremes, can be vices. At some point saying "Just work harder", fails to address the desires and hangups that lie behind our expressions of sloth. It's whats going on behind it that we're interested in.

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March 8, 2016  

We live in a culture that is torn between the uninhibited expression of rage, and the polite expectation that we not even feel anger, or at least don't do anything about it. Bottle it up, swallow it, soothe it with self-help or religion. Anger is a human emotion, part of the story. Making choices about what we do with anger is a part of the way we choose to form ourselves and our world. Wrath chooses to hold onto vengeance in ways that poison ones self,and lead to violence toward others. Join us we think through this volatile vice.

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Food is amazing, delicious, and life giving. Gluttony is neither easy, nor fun to unravel. But, it's Lent, and we're committed to examining ourselves, our relationships to and behaviors surrounding even our good desires, like hunger. Join us as we look honestly at the complicated way we relate to food, and the way food relates to our internal complexities. We'll also work through the ways gluttony is thought to show up in the Christian tradition. Inspiring music, reflection, meditation, Eucharist, and more. Come as you are. All are welcome.

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