Stephen Colbert claims that life is like improv and that improv calls us to respond in new ways of service to others. The Resurrection was the greatest moment of improv in human history. And how did Jesus respond? By reminding his disciples that their mission was to love, serve, and forgive.
It’s Holy Humor Sunday! According to one ancient Christian tradition, God pulled off a cosmic practical joke on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Listen in, because it’s a pretty big fish tale!
Easter Sunday landing on April Fool’s Day may seem like an awkward coincidence, but what if I told you that Resurrection is for fools? Easter and the Resurrection call us to new life, and that new life will look foolish to many people.
The original Palm Sunday was a march for the lives of those who followed Jesus. They wanted safety from the violence of Rome. Today, high schoolers march for their lives. Let the holy marching continue!
St. Patrick is loved by many, but what’s the deal with him banishing the snakes from Ireland? It turns out that this ancient saint has a lot to teach us about snakes!
Much of Christian dogma has emphasized belief. You MUST believe certain things to get into heaven…But what if the original word actually meant trust? Join the CUCC community as we discuss the difference between belief and trust.
Jesus went to the Temple and blew the whistle on corruption. Many people today continue to blow the whistle on corruption. There’s often an underlying anger. How can we channel anger in a way that leads to more peace?
The story of Noah and the flood is a warning about violence spreading throughout the world. With the proliferation of guns and mass shootings, we have much still to learn from this ancient story.
Have you ever had a deep mystical experience? The disciples had one on top of a mountain when they saw Jesus, Moses and Elijah. They wanted to stay on the mountain, but Jesus told them they had to go back down and share the love of God with others. You can have the mountaintop experience, but…
It’s Superbowl Sunday! What are your favorite commercials? And what does this Sunday have to do with our pastor’s inner feminist? Gooo commercials!