In a society that is geared toward finding answers and solutions to all of the myriad problems of mankind, we can sometimes forget the beauty in holding space for the questions in our lives to emerge and unfold. There may be innate beauty in the power of simply asking a question. We can also forget that although as humans we have different answers about how we should fix what ails us, deep down inside, we most likely wrestle with the same deep universal questions. This sermon will explore what it may look like to form community around questions instead of answers and what may it look like to hold space for others in their deep questioning without trying to fix or advise them.