APRIL 2018

April 22nd My Heart Changed My Mind Rev. Renee Waun

In today's busy pace of living we need balance, which also includes that between our feelings and our thoughts. Sometimes, we need to listen to one and the other to gain that balanced perspective. Rev. Dr. Renee Waun from Pittsburgh will reflect on this topic

YRE Our Youth and Children will be having classes with Erin DuBois and Marti Livingstone.

April 29th Returning to the Garden Christopher Hewitt

During our time together, I want to share with you, and hear from you the congregation, experiences of 'returning to The Creator - walking with The Divine.' Scripture and enlightened teachers have shared clues: words, texts and stories, that when discerned spiritually, contemplated, give clear directions to walking with The Divine.

YRE As the service is happening, the children will be invited to the activities table in the fellowship area.

May 6th The Goddess Within Rev. Beth Marshall

Many of us are keenly aware of how the lives and stories of our ancestors live on in us, but how might we find inspiration, courage and the spirit of transformation in the stories of the ancient goddesses? Might elements of them live on in us, in our daughters, our nieces and our sisters?

YRE Our Youth and Children will be having classes with Erin DuBois and Marti Livingstone.

May 13th Exploring Native Spirituality: An Intro Rev. Michael Anderson

"Exploring Native Spirituality" is an introduction to Native American wisdom for the non-Native spiritual seeker to begin an appreciation this worldview as allies and for some, to follow as members of the Rainbow Tribe. The connection to the indigenous tribes of Europe, the Celts will be presented.

YRE will be a Social Justice project with Adrianne Bastas/Cindy Twede.

May 20th Ignorance is Bliss Jason Twede

Is it better to have knowledge, or to have comfort? While we may not realize it, this is a decision we make all the time. By recognizing how we make these decisions, we can not only discover those areas where we keep ourselves willfully ignorant, but we can also better understand how others form their world view, enabling us to find common ground with them even though our opinions might be divergent.

May 27th TBA Kathie Courtney

YRE As the service is happening, the children will be invited to the activities table in the fellowship area.

Services begin  at 10:30 a.m.

Dress is casual.

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