This Sunday is our Multigenerational Ingathering. Welcome to the new church year which begins with our new Director of Religious Education, Tracey Newman, and our Interim Music Director, Joel Davidson. Today’s service will include a Water Communion so remember to bring a small sample of water from a spiritually significant place (near or far) to add to our communal bowl. I invite you to bring a friend!
Brunch to follow the service.
“Living the Sabbath: When Being Given A Time Out was a Good Thing”
A Georgetown college philosophy professor writes, “The Sabbath once gave us an anchor in life, as well as a goal by which to judge our desires and striving.” Today’s sermon will examine the benefits of recovering a Sabbath sensibility in our lives despite the fact that it makes no economic sense to do so.
“Jane Kenyon’s Spiritual Struggle”
As I have done in the past with T.S.Eliot and Robert Frost, I have chosen a poet who reveals her spiritual struggle through poetry. Today, we will look at the life and work of Jane Kenyon and perhaps find a part of ourselves.To request a transcript of a past sermon, please contact the administrative office at email@example.com
“Love is patient. Love is kind. Love is not jealous, not pompous, not inflated, not rude, it does not seek its own interests, it is not quick tempered, it does not rejoice over wrongdoing but rejoices with the truth.”(1 Cor 13:4-6) Knowing … read more.
Today’s sermon will look at the work of Marshall Rosenberg, Ph.D., who has a simple and workable formula for avoiding life-alienating communication and replacing it with a significantly more compassionate way of self-expression. Bring your teens, your partners and your parents!