March 29 & April 2015
Sunday Services at 9:15 and 11:00 a.m.
"What does it mean to be a people of resilience?"
"The Long and Winding Road"
with Rev. Brian Eslinger; Celebrant: Carla Hicklin
Our efforts to try and create a just and compassionate world too often seem to be for naught, as the pendulum of history mercilessly swings. Yet if we recall the resilience of our forebears in their difficult quest for justice, we will realize the reality of hope and possibility too great to refute.
"What does it mean to be a people of revelation?"
"Not Over Yet"
with Rev. Mark Stringer; Celebrant: Bryan Helmus
An Easter Sunday reflection on the ways changes to the narrative we thought we were living may open up new understandings and possibilities. A service celebrating the resurrections that can arrive when we realize our story isn’t over yet.
Faith in Action Day
We will not be having regular church services this Sunday. You are invited to sign up for service projects around the community. At church, we will have drop-in activities for all ages in Channing Hall, as well as meetings for adults to educate and take action on social justice issues.
Click here for complete information and for links to sign up.
We put our faith into action to transform our larger community & to be transformed ourselves in ways that we could not alone.
We may individually volunteer in our lives, but on this Sunday we volunteer TOGETHER as a church. We will share experiences we can learn from & reflect on together. Let’s jump into creative interchange through social justice with our community and each other. Let’s see where this experience takes us!
"Creative Interchange Through Social Justice"
with Rev. Erin Gingrich; Celebrant: Petra Lange
Our church put our faith into action through 18 social justice service projects the week of April 12th. What about our workmakes it faith in action? What might our experiences reveal about who we are and who we could become as a church?
"Be the Change: Butterflies, Bees, and People"
with Linda Barnes, Ministerial Intern, and the Energy & Justice for All Team;
Celebrant: Laura Berardi
Join us for an intergenerational Earth day service. We will celebrate our Green Sanctuary designation, watch a play about Butterflies and Honeybees, and together recommit to our place in the web of life by being (as Gandhi suggests) the change we wish to see in the world.