Speaker: Rev. Aija Simpson

Where Do We Come From?

What about our past inspires us? Whose dreams are
we fulfilling?   Rev. Aija Simpson preaching with worship
associate Cathy Dewalt.

Come and Go with Me

We build our future to honor our past. Come celebrate with us as we welcome Rev. Aija home and begin to imagine how that home will grow and change in the coming years.   Rev. Aija Simpson preaches.  Music director David M. Glasgow, with familiar friends Marc Renault on bass and Dani Fiore on drums, will join the choir in celebrating our community, Rev. Aija’s return from sabbatical, and the shared commitment represented by our capital campaign, with two special pieces.

“A New Future” Where are We Going? 

Rev. Aija Simpson preaches her last service before beginning her sabbatical leave with worship associates Michele Burton and Rev. Dr. Kathy Ellis. Music Director David M. Glasgow provides service music, and the choir sings an exhilarating new take on a Sondheim-Bernstein collaboration.

“Christ without Easter/Easter without Christ”

How do we imagine an unresurrected Christ?  How do we imagine Easter without Jesus?  Rev. Aija Simpson preaching with worship associate Christin Kapp.  Music Director David M. Glasgow provides service music, and the choir sings about multiple Jesuses.

In Balance

As we come upon the Spring equinox, we ask, what does it mean to be in balance? Rev. Aija Simpson preaching with worship associates Rachel Teates and Rev. Dr. Kathy Ellis.

Place Matters

Where we plant our feet matters. And when we change our place, sometimes we change our faith.  Rev. Aija Simpson preaching with worship associate Gisela Roethke.

Why Do Goddesses Have Names?

“Why Do Goddesses Have Names?”  What does it mean to have a personified diety/embodiment, spirituality in our bodies?  Rev. Aija Simpson preaching with worship associate Emily Crutcher.

“A Needed Hope”

February 18 – “A Needed Hope” At the turn of the last centurty a group of leading theologians, intellectuals and scientists came out with the Humanist Manifesto. Why was it so needed? Rev. Aija Simpson preaching with worship associate Michele Burton.