Finding awe – sometimes it seems as elusive as a four leaf clover. Awe isn’t just an add on it is necessary for us to fully live our lives as humans. Awe keeps us open to the magic of the universe, to the possibility of the future. It keeps us from being sourpusses. Come join us for a service for all ages where we will consider awe and have some group activities that connect with each other and help serve our larger community.
Rev. Jennifer Hamlin-Navias
Winter Solstice, the shortest day, the longest night. In Rome they celebrated Saturnalia a feast that turned the normal order upside down. In this service we will do something similar, we will celebrate the longest night by turning our worship service upside down and inside out. Come join us. We will end the service by a bonfire outside on our patio, and we hear that the church elves will bring s’more makings and cocoa.
Our fun and relaxed Christmas Pageant where all are invited to participate. There will be music, stories. This is an all ages service a wonderful opportunity for all of us to help bring the Christmas story to life.
Often what we need most is simply to be reminded that we don’t have to resist alone. We are stronger together than alone.
This Sunday will be an all ages service where we will both be mindful in being in community with one another and we will be participating in activities that further our justice outreach into the community at large.