Archives: Services

“Coming Back to Life”

Join us this Easter Sunday for a service led by Rev. Bruce Johnson. The Easter story is a story about “coming back to life,” but not in the sense of resuscitating a corpse, or somehow suspending the laws of biology to effect the ultimate medical … read more.

Fellowship Potluck!

On March 3rd we will have an all-fellowship pot luck from 10:00 to about 11:30 in place of our usual morning service. This will be a time to simply relax and visit with friends (and eat!!) on a Sunday morning. Please bring a dish to … read more.

“Breathing Lessons”

“When I breathe in, I breathe in peace…When I breathe out, I breathe out love…” Or is it the other way around? The words for ‘breath’ and ‘spirit’ are identical in many languages, and the world’s great religious traditions recognize that the simple physical act … read more.

“Protecting That Which We Value”

The technology exists to pull us back from the brink of calamitous climate change. We need to build the social, political, and business will to tackle the challenge now. This Sunday, Tom Schlesinger will help provide the information we need to take action and move … read more.

“Permission to Do Justice”

Rev Jim Kellermann will explore how we encourage one another to continue doing justice as a means of personal expression.

Rev Jim Kellermann is a retired United Methodist minsiter, having served churches ranging in size from 40 to 800 members. He recieved his Masters of Divintiy … read more.

“Rewilding with Prairies: A Love Story”

Melinda Knutson will describe her love affair with prairies and share the secrets that keep her engaged. The Driftless Area was once covered by savannas and prairies, but little remains of this diverse landscape due to fire suppression and land conversion to agriculture, and urban … read more.

“History and Love in Action”

Nonviolence was not a concept that I was exposed to growing up. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a figure I heard about once a year. My involvement in the Roncalli Newman Center, as a college student, introduced me to social justice, service, and love. … read more.