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Worship With Us This Week

On Sunday childcare will be available
during worship beginning at 10:15 a.m.

Prelude at 10:25 a.m.
Sunday Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary

 Sunday, Nov. 1 2015
Homily: "The Heart Broken, The Heart Whole"
Preaching: The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart
Music helps us express our deep grief over those we have lost in our lives. It moves us beyond words to a place where we can experience our sorrow and let our love grow again. As painful as grief is, it is part of our capacity for connection and love. The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart preaching.

Sunday, November 8, 2015
Sermon: "Redeeming the Irredeemable"
Preaching: The Rev. Sarah Stewart

Our Universalist forebears believed that a loving God would one day bring every creature into glory, and condemn no one to Hell. Even the parts of ourselves that feel lost and irredeemable are held by that universal love. Today, our theology reaches out to those who have done wrong and to the wrongs we have done in our lives, to say All Are Welcome. The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart preaching.

Sunday, November 15, 2015
Sermon: "Powers and Principalities"
Preaching: The Rev. Sarah Stewart

Every day, we have the choice to "save or savor the world," as writer E. B. White said. We want to love and appreciate the natural world, evev as we feel despair for the degradation of the environment. Our connection to the earth may be part of our despair, but it is also the source of our hope and of change. The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart preaching.

Sunday, November 22, 2015
All ages Thanksgiving Service
Sermon: "Gratitude Soup"
Preaching: Deborah Levering, Director of Faith Development
Gratitude has been a staple of human faith and philosophy for thousands of years. Science tells us that practicing gratitude daily changes our brain chemistry and leads to more positive states of alertness, enthusiasm, and determination. What if we made gratitude soup and sipped it everyday? Join us for this all-ages service.

Sunday, November 29, 2015
Sermon: "Evidence and Wonder"
Preaching: The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart
In everyday life, faith is more a matter of habits and practice than of revelation and conversion. On this first Sunday of Advent, in  a season of faithful waiting, we'll explore how we build up our spiritual endurance and fitness. Practicing our faith makes it stronger. The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart preaching. 

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