Triptik to God’s Joy, preached by Winton Boyd on December 14


each story about these slightly mysterious characters carries meaning and power for a whole community of people, a way of thinking, and a lived experience. They are not just individuals but symbols of collective hope.

“Plan B” preached by Tammy Martens on Sunday, December 7


I wonder if one of the lessons we can take from this story is that maybe our faith has its best potential for growth when operating from Plan B.

Aspirations of a Justice Seeking Faith, preached by Winton Boyd on Sunday, November 23.


Midwesterners are known for being nice and civilized and friendly – and this is good – until it is not.

Prerequisites for Peace in Palestine, preached by The Rev. Dr. Naim Ateek on November 9


Words from an inspiring guest

What the Heck Do We Know About Anything?


Karl Rahner once said, “If you are talking about God, and anything that has to do with God …and you are sure you know what you are talking about, you are heretic.”