Vision: If It’d Been a Snake by Howard Hanger

“Other worlds?” responded the botanist to a student inquiring about life in other galaxies and how strange that life might be.  “Other worlds?” she chimed. “Crazy life in other worlds?  Is that what you’re asking about?  I’ll show you other worlds!” And she held up a flower.  “You can look for life in outer space,” […]

Upcoming Events: 08.03.2018

If You Care, You Will Be There! …Attend the Community Forum on September 8th at 10 am The Jubilee! Transition Team — those 12 people guiding the process that will lead Jubilee! into it’s next 30 years under new leadership —  is inviting you (yes specifically YOU!) to BRUNCH!  Whether you’ve been coming to Jubilee! […]

Social Justice Team – Opportunities to Learn & Act – July 29, 2018 Update

Everyone of us has the capacity to be a mystic, prophet and an agent for positive change. Update from the Social Justice Team As we approach the November elections, there are going to be some lengthy listings for Voting. The song, “We Are the World“, from several years back, when artists supported the needs of those in Africa, […]

Vision: Sailing…Just a Dream and a Wind to Carry Me by Howard Hanger

When it comes to romance, some things are very clear: Moon glow is better than sunshine Smell of campfire beats smell of disinfectant Cashmere sweaters edge out polyester anything Walking through woods tops walking through Walmart Romantic comedies trump documentaries Paris beats Frankfurt San Francisco whoops Des Moines Candlelight trumps incandescent Willy Nelson, yes.  John […]

Upcoming Events: 07.20.2018

Who Are the New Jubilee! Board Members? …Welcome Bill, Catherine, Pam, Molly! Four Jubilants began their three-year term on the Jubilee! Board of Directors on July 1st.  They are Bill Byrne, Catherine Cope, Pam Garrett and Molly Pritchard.  During the months of July and August we will be introducing each to you.  They bring a […]

Vision: Holy Sacrament for a Dead Dachshund by Howard Hanger

“Go to any archaeological site anywhere in the world,” quoth Dr. Margaret Mead in a class I had (long ago) somehow gotten myself into at Emory University. “Go to any archaeological site anywhere in the world and one of the first things you find are sacred artifacts.  From that evidence,” she taught, “we can deduce […]

Upcoming Events: 07.06.2018

LET’S WALK!  Monday, July 9th from 5:30 – 7:30 pm …Meet at New Belgium Brewing The Next Generation Team (for Jubilants in the 20’s-40’s age range) is walking the Greenway by the river and socializing over food and drinks after, at either Homegrown or New Belgium. Plan to gather at New Belgium located at 21 […]

Bios of our Disorderly Ordinates

Daniel Barber – Minister of Music & Ritual Throughout his life, Daniel Barber has been relentlessly engaged in creating ways to make the world a better place.  B.J. (before Jubilee!), Daniel was a social worker, social scientist, video producer and political activist.  Since 2001, he has performed with or led numerous musical and theatrical groups (including the […]

Vision: Via Positiva: Yes, In Deed by Howard Hanger

Well done is better than well said. – Benjamin Franklin One of the most important lessons I have ever learned about being a minister – actually about living a life – came early on. I didn’t learn it from seminary or any book. It didn’t come from a lecture or workshop or counselor. I was […]