21 April 2019 Worship Service and Religious Education for Children and Youth

Please join us on Sunday (21 April 2019) at 11:00 AM for “Given-ness:  A Celebration of Easter, Passover, and the New Life of Spring.

Our celebration of new life at this time of year includes an optional communion at the end of the service that requires no specific belief but is centered around the community and coming together that is at the root of the word.

Religious education classes for children and youth are offered during the 11:00 AM service.  Children and youth attend the first 15-20 minutes of the service and then are dismissed to class.

An Easter egg hunt for nursery toddlers through 5th grade will follow the service.

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14 April 2019 All-Ages Worship Service

Please join us on Sunday (14 April 2019) at 11:00 AM for “How Beautiful — A Service in Celebration of the Home We Share” with special guest musicians George Hancock, Alan Dyson, Maurice White, and Paula O’Neal.

This is the second Sunday of Faith Climate Action Week, Palm Sunday on the Christian liturgical calendar, and the end of our season of focus on peace, social justice, and the interdependent web.

Instead of individual class presentations from the children and youth, the service will feature participatory elements for all ages as well as lots of music.  We will also have a new member signing ceremony.

Pride in the Park has moved to Sunday afternoon — and we all plan to be there but please join us for this worship service before going to Pride.

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7 April 2019 Worship Service and Religious Education for Children and Youth

Please join us on Sunday (7 April 2019) at 11:00 AM for our Faith Climate Action Week Service with Frances Kelley.

We are delighted to welcome activist and organizer Frances Kelley back to our pulpit this morning as we celebrate Faith Climate Action Week.

A past winner of All Souls’ Emerson Award, Frances was the director for the massive campaign that defeated the planned open burning of toxic waste at nearby Camp Minden.

She has organized locally for the national 350.org movement and — in addition to various environmental issues — has worked on women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, and various election campaigns.

Religious education classes for children and youth are offered during the 11:00 AM service.  Children and youth attend the first 15-20 minutes of the service and then are dismissed to class.

And this Sunday will be the last day for our spring plant sale.

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