Soul Matters

This program is intended to help us focus our time and energy on equipping our community to do the work of spiritual exploration that builds a foundation for hope, compassionate service, and action whenever and however it fits into your lives! Whether it’s around the kitchen table with your family, in the backyard with your friends, over Zoom with just about anybody, or even alone on a hike in the mountains, our goal is to invite you into a deeper conversation about how we can engage with life’s biggest questions right now (without adding lots of screen time). This will include a variety of engagement opportunities! 

Every month, we’ll send out a packet of spiritual exploration activities, journal prompts, discussion questions, art activities, and resources. These packets will reflect our monthly themes from Soul Matters. If you want to tackle things at your own pace, you can look at the whole packet at your leisure.

If you’d like to work through a piece each week with other folks from the congregation, you can sign up on Padlet (click here) to get those activities (you will need the password for our Padlet page. You can find the password in our weekly email or you can email Tamra at and then show each other what you’ve been up to with comments and photos! These packets will be available electronically, but you can also click here to request a paper copy be mailed to you each month. 

Every week, we’ll dive deeper into a question that will help us wrestle with our theme. We’ll explore these centering questions in a variety of ways, including through a story published on our Facebook page on Tuesdays, a podcast that will come out on Fridays, and our worship service on Sunday mornings (including an opportunity to dive deeper into the question with a breakout group at the end of service). 

The September Packet is found here.

The October packet can be found here.

The November packet can be found here.

The December packet can be found here.

The January packet can be found here.

The February packet can be found here.

The March packet can be found here.

The April packet can be found here. (Sorry for the delay!)