Rev. Gretchen offers this homily reflecting on the "essential facts" of life and the ways we adapt as life changes.
Rev. Joe Cherry offers this homily reflecting on the cycles of life and death and our place in the interdependent web, all while walking through a local Cleveland cemetery.
Rev. Kristen offers this reflection on the lessons and insights from other species living on our shared planet. She turns to fractals as especially helpful examples of how to live in the time of sheltering in place, when our worlds are very small.
Christopher Watkins Lamb begins and ends his reflection with a beautiful song "When the world is sick, can't no one be well..." Christopher brings a unique perspective in this moment from his role as a hospital chaplain, and as someone deeply connected to the earth and its cycles. His message calls us to use this time to grow in a deeper relationship with our closest neighbors and the land we live on.