The Baba Yaga Saga

Baba Yaga? We swear, this is not made up. Baba Yaga is a witch of timeless east European mythology. She is extremely ugly. Ferocious. Terrifying. Lived in a magic hut in the depths of the forest. Yet she has visitors. Most of whom are never seen again. Those who do emerge, however, have been endowed … Continued

Animal Blessing

We’ll recognize and honor the presence of beloved creatures and critters in our lives through this joyful Animal Blessing service. You are encouraged to bring your well-behaved pet (dog, cat, ferret, guinea pig, goldfish, snake, pot-bellied pig, etc.); all must be either leashed or in some kind of carrier/container. If your beloved animal companion is … Continued

Your One Wild & Precious Life: Voices Across Decades

Listen to voices across the decades respond to Mary Oliver’s poignant question, “Tell me, what do you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”  We plan to hear from someone in our congregation in each decade of life.  This is a multi-generational lay-led service, where we will also be deciding on which … Continued

A Stone Soup Celebration

Please plan to bring a non-perishable food item to help us “cook” Stone Soup (inspired by the beloved children’s story), exploring how we all contribute, sometimes in surprising ways, to make our community strong.  We’ll donate what we collect to a local food pantry.  See elsewhere in this newsletter for a list of suggested foods … Continued