Services held Sundays @ 10 a.m.
Celebrating African American Women
Reverend Jay Wolin & Ceci Bernstrom
Join us this Sunday for a celebration of African American women, past and present.
Reverend Jay Wolin
Now that I pay for most things electronically, my payments are exact. However, occasionally, I still pay for things with cash, and I receive back change. I like the metaphor of giving and receiving change. We each give something back from what we have received. I also like the multiple entendre of “making change” to recognize that, in addition to money, it is about making change in the in our lives, our Congregation, and the larger Community. Come explore together what the cost and benefits of change are, both literally and spiritually.
Forum Sundays @ 9 a.m. in the Community Room
February 17: Rich Clewell: What’s going on with the Davenport City Council: An Insider’s Perspective
Cut away the noise and listen as 6th Ward Councilman Rich Clewell discusses some of the issues going on in the City of Davenport.
February 24: Mike Wilcox: The First Nation Farmer Climate Unity March-September 1-8, 2018.
The march covered 94 miles over 8 days from Des Moines to Fort Dodge, IA. The march was along the route of the Dakota Access Pipeline as it runs NW to SE through Iowa. Mike Wilcox will discuss what he learned along the route about the pipeline, the land and Iowans impacted by it from farmers, Native Americans and other environmentalists. The march was sponsored by Bold Iowa, Sierra Club and Indigenous Iowa.