Sermons and Services
I remember as a child my mother always said around Thanksgiving, "count your blessings." Only in late adulthood have I followed my mother's wishes, and what I have found raises some discomfort for me. Some blessings are eternal and almost unchangeable. Others, however, are blessings derived from centuries of human work and wisdom. Some of these blessing are crumbling. We'll talk about both the eternal and the crumbling in our Thanksgiving sermon.
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What does it really mean to be human and how can we use it as a gift to others, to the world, and to the future? Carla will take a deep dive into our relative humanness, explore how we got to this powerful place, and offer the possibility of a post-human perspective as a means for unleashing a wellspring of untapped gift giving.
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Rev. Jobe returns to challenge us beyond ourselves and deeply within ourselves, from the subatomic pulses of energy in our cellular structure to the ultimate horizons of the universe. This will be a fantastic, fun and lively service of call and response. Come ready to rock and roll.
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Sunday November 3, 2019 Service: "E Pluribus Unum: Applying The Power of The Third Source of Our Wisdom" Rev. Charlie Tyler *Video and Audio*
Wisdom from the world's religions which inspires us in our ethical and spiritual life.
This will also be a Dia de Los Muertos service: This year we Welcome back the “Day of the Dead” service that has been so meaningful for us. To celebrate the lives of deceased loved ones, human or animal, please bring with you a memento, picture or other small item
representing your loved one.
We will have an ‘altar’ for the items you bring to church.
Come celebrate Life with us!
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