Sunday Service Announcements

Sunday June 19 at 10:30 am:

"Flowers, Fathers and Festivities"

~ Rev. Antonia Won

It’s time to rejoice! For our last service before the summer, we’ll celebrate Fathers’ Day, Flower Communion, honor our dedicated volunteers and take a peek at this past year in a service of gratitude and merriment.

Sunday June 5 at 10:30 am:

"Revelry and Resistance"

~ Rev. Antonia Won

Fighting for change seems increasingly futile as the future looks grimmer and grimmer. And yet resistance is essential or there is no hope. Does revelry have a role in our efforts for change? Can revelry be a spiritual practice?  During the inter-generational portion of this Sunday's service, will be celebrating the life of Beatrix Potter through readings and song.

Sunday May 8 at 10:30 am:

“Mother's Day - The Test of Love"

~ Rev. Antonia Won

Mother's Day is a fairly modern tradition as traditions go. Its creation struck a cord and it has stuck as a testament to ups and downs of maternal love. At the same time, parenting has changed in the century since its creation. What do such changes mean for celebrations like Mother's Day?

Sunday May 15 at 10:30 am:

“Traditions that Hold and Ties that Bind"

~ Rev. Antonia Won

Traditions can give depth and continuity from generation to generation. They also can be stifling of creativity, renewal or innovation - and very hard to break out of to find something new. What's a pattern and what's a tradition and how do we know "when to hold'em and when to fold'em"?  

Sunday May 22 at 10:30 am:

“The Soul of Living in Deep Time"

~ Guest Speaker - Caryl Ann Casbon

Time, like air or light, is difficult to write about, or even imagine, yet in so many ways, it dictates our lives. An invisible force, we measure it, organize it, clock it, fill it, waste it, lose it, fear it, and interrupt it. I have heard people say that if you look at your checkbook, you can determine what you value. I would argue that if you look at your calendar, you will gain great insight into your priorities, your days, and how you are spending your life. On this Sunday, we will explore our relationship time, and its many spiritual implications.

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