Congregation. Community. Conversation.
We are here to awaken
from the illusion of our separateness.
Thich Nhat Hanh
A SUNDAY SERVICE
Creating Sacred Community.
Crafting Meaning-full Conversation.
I know there is strength in the differences between us.
I know there is comfort, where we overlap.
New offerings and ideas on the way. Stay tuned!
Previous “in-the-pulpit” guests:
Danielle LaPorte. Dyana Valentine. Tara Gentile. Fabeku Fatunmise. Lianne Raymond. Julie Daley.
Durga Holzhauser. Amy Oscar. Tanya Geisler. Sarah Bray. Heather Plett.
Rachelle Mee Chapman. Stephanie Drury. David Hayward
But wait there’s more! Click here to access the Hymnal-o-inspiration!
Click here. A whole Hymnal of gorgeous melody
(and brilliant, inspiring conversation) awaits.
Virtual congregants testify:
Ronna is truly amazing.
Her voice is the sound of trailblazing–hacking through the jungle so we can see.
Ronna Detrick’s Sunday Services are initiating courageous conversations,
starting with asking courageous questions.
Thought-provoking and resonant, they give attendees space to think, to consider,
and to see how spirituality might be applied in practical ways to everyday life.
God must have been in a good mood the day Ronna Detrick was made.
Her Sunday Services will make you think, hope, and love more deeply.
Fling the doors open wide…it’s worth the trip.
(Sarah J. Bray)f
Ronna makes room for the conversations that need to happen.
The stuff that splits us open in the best possible way + makes room
for the bigness to pour in + pour out.
The world needs this kind of magic more than ever. Big ups.
With love, care and wisdom, and a voice that makes me want to pull up a duvet and snuggle in, Ronna is holding, hosting and honouring the conversations that have heretofore felt inexplicably unsafe, or at least, unwelcome. She has been a huge part (huger than she even knows) in me coming home to my faith. Coming home to myself. With joy in my heart, song on my lips and questions in my mind. Which for me, is perfection.
[Ronna] provides me with a ritualistic satisfaction: a deep-rooted sense of tradition, unity and community I have yet to feel anywhere else. I come back for the voices, the congregation, and to remember I am not alone. I walk in uncertain, and walk out uplifted. It helps carry me through my day, and into my week. Every. Single. Time.
They help to keep me on track, in alignment and give me the confidence and assurance to dive deeper into my truth, my life, my words, my expression
and my own painful, achy, sweet heart.