Rev. Gretchen uses storytelling to illustrate that, at its core, living in covenant means calling one another back to our truest selves over and over again - and to receive the message when we ourselves are lost and those with whom we are in covenant call us back to our authentic selves.
Rev. Gretchen teaches about the practice of mutual edification in the context of covenantal relationships (like we have at Foothills Unitarian) and explores how we each exist in a constellation of belonging and accountability.
Rev. Gretchen explains what it means to be a covenantal, rather than creedal, faith and explores how in making promises to each other, to ourselves, and to life itself - promises towards our highest ideals - we must also practice repair and forgiveness.
Rev. Sean guides us in a meditation to help bring ourselves, our bodies, our minds, and our focus fully into the here and now with all its gifts and challenges.
Learn all about the Five Jagged Rocks! First, Rev. Gretchen introduces the Five Jagged Rocks, an evolving group of five foundations on which we can base our Unitarian Universalist faith. Then Rev. Sean speaks with Rev. Nancy Bowen, who was instrumental in catalyzing and formulating the Five Jagged Rocks.
Rev. Sean explains what our mission of unleashing Courageous Love actually means.