Speaker: Rev Jametta Alston

The Joy of Celebrating the Dead

We have many cultures and rituals that celebrate the lives of those who have left. It is interesting how similar and how diverse the few holidays are in the world.

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Removing The Mask

Join us today as we consider whether or not the 7 principles “mask” the reality that the 8th principal seeks to expose.

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When the Path Seems Uncertain

Unexpected changes, events lead our lives in different ways. How we accept, deal and challenge these changes requires a sense of joy.

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Rainbow Covenant

The idea of covenant is a complex one, yet is simplistic in it essence. It is promise, yet embodies a commitment that will and can last forever and a day. Join me to question, reveal and resolve what covenants are ours at TVUUC..

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Sankofa

Sankofa is an African word from the Akan tribe in Ghana. The literal translation of the word and the symbol is “it is not taboo to fetch what is at risk of being left behind.”.
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Sacredness of Children

The foster care/adoption agencies are overwhelmed because a child can be orphaned, removed, or abandoned for many reasons. Parents can die because of diseases and war, poverty, and hunger. Accidents are another reason of becoming an orphan. Over 415,000 children are in the foster care … read more.

When Your Soul, Spirit, Heart and Mind are Feeling Tired

There are many words we can use to communicate an insidious miasma that threatens to smother our soul.  Words such as “downcast,”  “brokenhearted,” “troubled,” “miserable,” “despairing,” and “mourning,” among others avoidthe word “Depression”. Throughout history there are a number of stories of people who have struggled and … read more.