On this weekend when we celebrate an internationally known leader, it should be so knowing that he was part of a mass movement which depended on the rank and file—the “foot soldiers” as they were known to the civil rights leaders. They did not ask to have the answers—only asked how they could lend their part. In our time, we ask that question as we observe Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday in this dawning new decade. (Please note: After the second service, Rev. Leslie will share her experience in Alabama with Contra Costa clergy and other religious leaders.)
ONE SERVICE at 10:15. CONGREGATIONAL MEETING AT 12 noon. Join Rev. Leslie Takahashi and your Board of Trustees as we conduct this service which recognizes births, deaths and new members among us as well as reflects upon our ever-evolving Living Tradition. This is a chance to talk about how our traditions are meeting the new challenges of our age.
Sunday, October 6, 2019 – 9:15 Objects In The Mirror May Be Closer Than They Appear – 11:15 Blessing of the Animals
9:15 a.m. Service: “Objects In The Mirror May Be Closer Than They Appear”. For many…