Services held Sundays @ 10 a.m.
Resurrect the Earth
Rev. Jay Wolin
This year Easter and Earth Day fall on the same weekend. The Easter holiday highlights both suffering and renewal in our lives. Earth Day highlights the Earth, our home, that we need to survive as a species. The Earth is suffering, in part because of our suffering as a species. I will look at ways that we can renew the Earth and by so doing renew ourselves and our species
Rev. Jay Wolin, Children’s RE, and the Earth Based Traditions Team
Animals can be a blessing in our lives. In this service we will recognize the importance of having animals in our lives. We will also look at the need and purpose for animals in our larger ecosystems. If you have a picture of a pet, or other animal you would like to be displayed please bring it in or email a digital photo of it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Forum Sundays @ 9 a.m. in the Community Room
April 21: The Web of Life from Kathie Murtrey
Kathie has facilitated workshops and retreats on a wide variety of topics. She is a global citizen with a long-term interest in the dynamics of peace-making and social justice, personal growth and the environment. Kathie is currently active with the Pachamama Alliance, has travelled to Ecuador and Peru to learn more from the indigenous people who were the inspiration for the formation of the Alliance, and is a facilitator for the organization’s Awakening the Dreamer – Changing the Dream Symposium and their recent initiative, Drawdown: A comprehensive plan to reverse global warming. This morning’s program will be an Introduction to the course Drawdown
April 28: Travelogue from Dee and Mike Lazio - Ireland - Shamrocks, Sheep & Shenanigans
Watch and learn more about the Irish in the Lazio travelogue