NOVEMBER SERVICES

2017

 

Nov. 5, 10:30 a.m.                                                                          Reverend Lucas Johnson    

Acting with Faith

Acting with faith in the midst of refugee crises, increasing prison populations, increased nuclear threats, and record breaking hurricanes. 

Coordinator: Tricia Larkin

                

Nov. 12, 10:30 a.m.                                                                  Rev. Dawn Sangrey

On the Road from Greed to Giving

As we approach the abundance of the holidays, let’s pause to consider the disparity between the feasts on our own personal tables and the poverty and deprivation in our nation and the planet beyond.  How can we feast with a good heart when so many others are without food? How can we celebrate our own good fortunes when so many lack the basic necessities of life?                                           

Coordinator: Harry Shair

 

Nov. 19, 10:30 a.m.                     Rev. Dawn Sangrey and the Board of Worship

Agape

Join us for our annual AGAPE feast and celebration of gratitude and sharing. Agape has been defined by Martin Luther King Jr. as “understanding, creative, redemptive good will for all humanity… it is an overflowing love which seeks nothing in return." Following the service we will share a potluck dinner.

Coordinator: Leslie d’Oronzo

 

Nov. 26, 10:30 a.m                                                                 Rev. Allen Wells

Enjoy Living Without “Shoulds”

We’re so used to basing our morality upon “shoulds” that we may think a world without “shoulds” would be immoral.  But, the reverse can be the case.  We can live freely and compassionately and furthermore without guilt and blame which creates most of our problems anyway.  I would also like to touch upon how so living can reduce political conflict.    

Coordinator: Des Shaw