Tara Hawkins

You Don’t Look Sick

The world is a busy place and we are busy, overburdened people. It is easy to lose sight of compassion amid the rush – especially if the person in front of us seems fine. We will take a look at the difficulties faced by those with unseen ailments, and the need for compassion.

Father’s Day

This Father’s Day Tara will look at how Patriarchy undermines fathers and Feminism supports them. When talking about Feminism we usually focus on how circumscribed women’s lives are and how equality would change that. Tara will look at how men’s lives are just as rigidly circumscribed and how this is a detriment to us all.

Centro Hispano

Ben Philips of El Centro Hispano will speak about the work they are doing in the community. Join us for refreshments following the service.

Gratitude and Reframing

This Sunday we’ll be talking about why happiness is important and two of the best ways to become consistently happier: gratitude and reframing.


Join us this Sunday for an inter-generational Easter service. The homily will ask that age-old question: What does the Easter Bunny have to do with Jesus? We will be reading the children’s story, “The Attack of the Easter Bunnies”. An egg hunt will follow the service (baskets will be provided).

Fertile Ground

This Sunday we’ll discuss biology as destiny: societal pressure to be womanly, what that means, and how it affects us all. Let’s talk about changing this pattern. Please come prepared to share your thoughts and feelings.