Liberating theology / Radical justice / Affirming all Creation
An inclusive, justice-oriented community that provides a safe, empathetic environment for those seeking to explore, grow and experience authentic spirituality.
We value love. Our God is love and we are committed to sharing that love with one another. We will promote respectful communication and peace in relationships, community, and the world. We exemplify love through both presence and protest for the work of justice and mercy.
We value equality and diversity. We believe variety enriches us and allows us freedom to be our authentic selves. We offer a safe space where all are welcomed and supported. For the LGBTQ+ community, for people of color, for all who have been silenced or marginalized, there is a place for you here.
We value spiritual teachers. We hold in deep esteem the teachings and model of Jesus. We rely on the Great Spirit to lead us and respect musings and teachings encompassing the many pathways used to discover the sacred and holy.
We value worship and the deeper discovery of spiritual connection. We practice prayer, meditation, and both ancient and new rituals. Our table and altar extend to everyone equally.
We value community; our interconnectedness, honoring all individuals of every generation. We look outward at local needs and seek to be God’s hands and feet for those who need hope. We prioritize care, compassion, and empathy.
We value wholeness, including the physical, psychological, and spiritual needs of each individual. We recognize that there is no such thing as a perfect life and strive to offer opportunities for all to learn to cope, manage, and walk-through daily struggles as well as major crisis.
We value curiosity and creativity. We welcome seekers and your questions, knowing we are all learning together on this journey. We believe that all people are makers at heart, and we view ingenuity and exploration as spiritual practices.
We value all of Creation. We are devoted to the care of our environment, the protection of animals and greater awareness of the whole cosmos. We will work to bridge divides set in place between science and theology and do our part to promote ways to stop our global warming crisis and fight against mass consumption and consumerism.