As we close out the year of 2020 and face the new year dawning, our minister emerita returns for a service on the threshold examining the year behind us, the future ahead of us, and the role of hope, that thing with feathers. She’ll draw … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum
We’ll say goodbye to Rev. Cindy in ritual and celebration on her last Sunday with us, and recognize other transitions in our community.
On her penultimate Sunday with us, Rev. Cindy recounts her blessings at East Liberty, and the blessings that the congregation holds for all of us.
Bring a flower to share as we celebrate our flower communion and honor those who died in active military service.
Rev. Cindy explores this month’s theme in a service that plays with the idea of creativity.
Our country is fond of oversimplifying the issue of immigration, boiling it down to simply, “they’re illegal—they should be sent back.” The reality of the lives of immigrant peoples is much more complex, as are the solutions to the country’s immigration questions. This service will … read more.
Rev. Cindy examines this month’s theme of “emergence.” What this service will be about will, well, emerge. Join us for a flag raising ceremony after the service!
Easter falls this year just a few days before the 50th anniversary of the death of Martin Luther King, Jr. When an extraordinary leader is killed before their work was finished, how does a movement carry on? Join us for an egg hunt after the … read more.
Writer E.B. White once said, “I arise in the morning torn between the desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.” How do find balance in our lives? Rev. Cindy will talk about … read more.
Rev. Cindy will explore this month’s theme of perseverance.