We are living at the speed of sound, buried beneath a weight of information, besieged by change at every turn and the backdrop of national turmoil seems to make everything a little worse. How can awareness of our selves and of one another give us sustenance in these difficult times? How can deep and compassionate listening be a balm for the spirit and mind? Join Rev. Leslie Takahashi for this service.
Join us for a single service at 11:15 a.m. which will be proceeded by our Beacon Breakfast. Our special guest for this service will be the inimitable Betty Reid Soskin, a past president of the congregation and the most distinguished member of the US Park Service staff. Awarded the Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama, Betty Reid Soskin is the author of Sign My Name to Freedom. You can learn more about her here: https://www.berkeleyside.com/2018/02/07/berkeleys-betty-reid-soskin-extraordinary-life-nations-oldest-park-ranger or by entering her name in any search engine.
Rev. Dave Sammons will explore the adventure of getting older, both as a minister now retired and as a person who wants to remember the poets adage: “Birth and death are the landmarks but it’s the field between that’s important.” Rev. David Sammons is the Minister Emeritus at MDUUC.
Sunday, February 10, 2019 – 9:15 – Diet of Torda – 1568 – Balazs Scholar Rev. Lehel Molnar / 11:15 -“Can I Touch Your Hair?”
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Sunday, November 25, 2018 – ONE SERVICE AT 10:15. “Why We Break Bread: Community As An Act of Interdependence.”
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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…