Yom Kippur is considered by Jews to be the holiest day of the year. It comes at the end of the High Holy Days in the Jewish calendar. It offers a time for us to look back over the past year at our indiscretions, what some refer to as sins. For all of us who are not perfect, Yom Kippur is our day. Let us take time to acknowledge to ourselves and others when we have missed the mark as acts of solidarity and resilience. The worship leader is the Rev. Neal T. Anderson.
Our world is increasingly tried by conflict and competition. We can no longer assume that upcoming generations will have the same confidence in the peace-making which has long been the goal of liberal religious thinking. What is the status of peace—inner and global– in a world of conflict? Join Rev. Leslie in this service in which we will rededicate our candles of peace and remembrance.
September 30, 2018 – “Self-Love: What does it mean to love yourself and are there limits?” Two Services 9:15 and 11:15 a.m.
Is there a place where self-love ends and selfishness begins? In today’s service, we will ask these questions as we explore the topic of self-love and what it means for our health, spiritual development, and our call to help create a more just world.” Our intern minister Aaron Eaves will lead this service.
May 27, 2018 – ONE SERVICE 10:15 a.m. – “When Words Fail: On Memorial Day and Our Culture of Violence”
The writer Margaret Atwood once said, “War is what happens when language fails.” As violence…