Summer Services 2016 Sunday, June 26 - "Transcendentalism Today" by Michael Keating 10:30 AM You are welcome to worship with us.
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Worship With Us This Summer
Prelude at 10:25 a.m.
Sunday Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Bancroft Room
Sunday, June 26, 2016
Worship Leader: Mike Keating
The essence of Transcendentalism in today's world.
Sunday, July 3, 2016
"And Call the Wolf Our Brother"
Worship Leader: Jay Lavelle
This service is inspired by a quote from the psychoanalyst Carl Jung: “Modern man has heard enough about guilt and sin. He is sorely enough beset by his own bad conscience, and wants rather to know how he is to reconcile himself with his own nature - how he is to love the enemy in his own heart and call the wolf his brother.”This service is inspired by a quote from the psychoanalyst Carl Jung: “Modern man has heard enough about guilt and sin. He is sorely enough beset by his own bad conscience, and wants rather to know how he is to reconcile himself with his own nature - how he is to love the enemy in his own heart and call the wolf his brother.”
Sunday, July 10, 2016
Worship Leader: Shelby Hutchinson
Never forget what a wonderful human being you are. Even if no one compliments you or recognizes your work, remember all you've overcome and how incredible you are.
Sunday, July 17, 2016
Worship Leader: Jesse Anderson
Letting go" is a spiritual practice common to many faith traditions, but it can be so hard to do! What is it we hold on to, and how is it that by doing so we can't really appreciate what we have?
Sunday, July 24, 2016
"What Makes Us Human?"
Worship Leader: Wade Miller-Knight
Two traits - war making and cooperation - evolved together about 70,000 years ago and distinguish homo sapiens from other types of humans that used to live in Europe and Asia. This service,offered by a British Unitarian, Wade Miller-Knight, explores how we can choose to apply our spirituality in the service of peace and cooperation.
Sunday, July 31, 2016
Worship Leaders: Members of the Wiogora Summer Program