Speaker: Rev. Jo Green

To Heal the Earth

“This week has been Earth Week and we have celebrated much and called ourselves to action to care for this earth that we live on and have so selfishly harmed.  How can we use our creativity to right the wrongs we have collectively perpetrated?  Join us to not only call ourselves to action, but to honor and celebrate this earth we live upon.

Easter through Unitarian Universalist Eyes

“On this celebratory day that is one of the most important in the Christian tradition, let us see as Unitarian Universalists how we can take the lessons of the Resurrection and apply them to our lives.  What rebirth do we need in our lives to become the most creative beings we can to serve  the world as best we can?  Join us this Sunday for a Unitarian
Universalist version of Easter!”

Opening to Create

“To be able to be our creative selves, we need to be open to possibility.  Can you identify those things that are blocking you, that may be keeping you from your full potential?  In the Christian tradition, today is Palm Sunday, a time for anticipation and preparation.  Let’s explore how we can prepare to be our best creative selves to be able to contribute our own gifts to the world.

The More You Give, The More You Get

In this era of admiration of wealth and owning “stuff”, how do we get past the enculturation of the idea that our worth is dependent on what we have? How do we teach our children and others to have self-worth, to not only give money, but to give of themselves. This Sunday lets explore the art of giving, how it reflects on society and what the true reward can be.

What Does Our Future Hold?

This Stewardship Sunday let us gain inspiration from our history celebrating 25 years and with our vision of what we want to become and how we see ourselves. How do we see ourselves? What is our vision? Do they match? Do we have the answers to those questions? This Sunday let’s explore our identity and our goals and what we want Mission Peak’s future to look like.

There is Room for Abundance [video]

Our minds direct our lives in ways we don’t really know. Do you think in terms of abundance or do you think in terms of scarcity? Does either one determine what happens in our lives or does it have any effect? This Sunday let’s explore how we want to live our lives and ways we can enhance it.

Who cares for the activist? [video]

We all acknowledge our admiration for the members of our society who take action, who give service, who rise above diligently each and every day to fight for those who cannot fight for themselves. But who cares for the activist, the fighter of rights, the giver of daily service? Let’s explore how to offer social justice to the world without burning ourselves to the ground.

Who is the Prisoner? [video]

We all agree that our prison system is failing society. We all agree that it is injurious to so many and yet we continue to support this system, wittingly or unwittingly. In this month of Justice and Black History Month, how can we begin to change this system of systemic violence that not only damages the prisoner but also injures the captor?

Where are our Heroes? [video]

Join us this Sunday as we honor two very important people in our community with our Love Hero Award. And then let’s ask ourselves, “Who are our heroes today and where are they?” They may be right before your eyes.

Shared Service with First United Methodist Church

This Sunday we will share our worship with First United Methodist Church as has become the tradition for many years. Rev. Jo Green and Pastor Hee Soon Kwon will lead the service accompanied by a joint choir made up of members of both congregations in the sanctuary of First Methodist. We will be centering on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, his dreams, and the legacy he left the world. We indeed will be following his dream as we share worship with others of different faith traditions.