This Sunday, Linda and I continue our conversations with our new series, “Disruptions: Parables and Pandemics.” Parables are meant to awaken us, to open us up to new ways of seeing something, of relating to the world, to God, or to ourselves. What inspires you to think differently? Come to eleven:eleven and explore these ideas with us!
Join us this Sunday, May 3, along with Brad Thompson, and singer/songwriter, Hannah Kirby! Linda and I continue our conversation about our “Pandemic/post-Pandemic Self.” Let’s explore some curious and hope-filled ideas about what the very ground of our being is inviting us to be in this anything but normal time. I believe there’s a better way. Maybe it’s time for a re-set.
This Sunday, April 19, Rev. Linda McDermott will be joining me, along with Peter Mayer AND Elizabeth Wills, as well as Brad Thompson and band members! We’ll have another hope filled and engaging online experience as Linda shares some thoughts about the story of Jesus’ first appearance to the disciples.
This Sunday is Easter! A celebration of resurrection and we have a hopeful and spirited celebration planned for eleven:eleven, downtown! We will be joined by the blues guitarist, Buddy Whittington, bassist Aden Bubeck, singer/songwriters Hannah Kirby and Krista Russell, as well as Brad Thompson and a few surprises!
For the next two Sundays, March 15th and 22nd, I hope you will join us online, live @11:11 a.m., for a special online version of the eleven:eleven downtown celebration! Read on to learn more!
This past Sunday we reflected on the second of Jesus’ “I Am” sayings in our Lenten sermon series, “I am the light of the world: whoever follows me will never walk in darkness but will have the light of life.” Here are a few thoughts from this past Sunday in case you missed it, and a look ahead to next Sunday!
I remember the first time I was awestruck by a sudden observation (or call it a question), that life – that living – was so much more than simply being entertained. This Sunday in eleven:eleven, we’ll explore the unique “I am” statements of Jesus – unique because they are only found in John’s gospel and because many scholars think Jesus never actually said them…