With Music by Nico Rhodes
The Flower Ceremony, sometimes referred to as Flower Communion is an annual ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community.
Originally created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia, the Flower Ceremony was introduced to the United … read more.
With Josh Holloway, Patrick Courtin and the Fabulous Fufonics
Human creativity has married melody to word and sometimes the result has changed our world. From the very personal middle of the night song that spoke directly to our broken heart, to the anthem that united … read more.
This month our theme is ‘Singing and the Art of Communion’. There is no denying that music stirs the heart and elevates the spirit. Singing though, requires active participation. Which is why singing is communal. Yet, nothing feels less communal than being a non-singer … read more.
May 22 is International Day for Biological Diversity and Goth Day, and if there is a connection between the two, it must lay in the creative expression of nature in all her many splendid forms. The next day is Victoria Day and World Turtle Day, … read more.
During World War II, with most German men conscripted into the army, Nazi Germany created one of the largest forced labor systems in history – over 20 million people. Some were concentration camp inmates, some were prisoners of war, and some were civilian workers from occupied … read more.
The art of hospitality and food are folded together with respect and open-heartedness. These are qualities that we share when we welcome guests into our homes and when we welcome friends into membership.
Let our table be filled with dishes of resilience, flavoured with hope. Let us … read more.
In this talk, I’ll explore some of the factors that limit our ability to face the reality of climate change, talk about some of the work we are doing in the school district, and how we can move past this veiled state of limbo that … read more.