For a good part of the 20th century reason was the basis of our liberal religious discussion. Times have changed. Have we?
Next Service: Sunday January 19, 2020 "Stories From The Spiritual Journey" Rev. Pat Jobe with Rev. Charlie Tyler
Rev. Charlie Tyler joins Rev. Pat Jobe to tell stories from their spiritual journeys, a sermon time that will continue into the discussion after service. Bring a spiritual story to share. What gets you out of bed in the morning and how does that energy compare to things you have learned as a spiritual pilgrim?
Straight from a performance at Music on Malphrus, Greg leads our Sunday Service.
In the Name of Love: A Musical Service
Internationally touring singer/songwriter will trace the universality of “Love Thy Neighbor” and connectedness through the lens of his writing. His songs are his journal of journey from his origins in the nostalgia of the South - Richmond, VA - to his full appreciation of the “inherent worth and dignity of all individuals.”
“Greg Greenway is one of those artists who is so rich a talent that it is difficult to categorize him. He traverses, combines and mixes up musical genres, and manages to open a window on global events that bring us together as citizens of the world. Like other great performers before him, Greenway’s message is that we can all play a part and make a difference in the course of both our private and public lives. But few musicians can do just this with such style, passion and sheer musicality.” --Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange
This Service was live streamed to our Facebook Page. To view the service follow the links below:
Sunday January 5, 2020 "The Guidance of Reason and the Results of Science" Rev. Charlie Tyler *Video*
The fifth source which grounds the Seven Principles is...Humanist teachings which counsel us to heed the guidance of reason and the results of science, and warn us against idolatries of the mind and spirit.
Together we will try to unpack this vital cornerstone of our faith.