new

community

Sept 9, 2018 • 10 am • The Loneliness of God

Senior Minister Molly Baskette explores the issue of loneliness. Our circumstances may vary, but we all have some understanding of what loneliness is like. The church—the body of Christ—celebrates connection. How do we make sure to extend that to all who may need it?

Apr 15, 2018 • 10 am • I Will Lie Down in Safety?

Reflecting on the themes of sleep, faith and safety in Psalm 4, Emerging Leader Kim Druziako shares her own stories of survival as she first moved to the Bay Area. With little resources, she finds herself in a warehouse community of other poor queer folks who help each other make ends meet.

Jan 28, 2018 • 10 am • Food Rules & American Idols

In the Scripture, Paul answers a question the community of Corinth has about eating the mean that has been sacrificed to idols. Young Adult Minister Kit Novotny uses this as a jumping off point to explore our own relationship to food, especially considering that food is such a big deal in the area.

Jan 21, 2018 • 10 am • We Are Not Our Own

Senior Minister Molly Baskette lifts up the challenges of connection and disconnection in larger communities. How are we neighbor to each other? Do we slip into the anonymity of urban life, unaware or unwilling to engage with those living right near and among us?

July 30, 2017 • 10 am • God is For You

Nothing can separate us from the love of God. So says this mornings passage from Romans. Young Adult Minister Kit Novotny reflects on the nature of separation and distance drawing from her own early experience of leaving home to go to college and later moving across the country from her family.