9 a.m. and 11 a.m. services
“Salvation in This Life: Unitarians in Search of Utopia”
Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry, preaching; Brian Kenyon, Worship Associate
Nineteenth century Unitarians tended to be an idealistic lot. The Transcendentalist Movement brought new ways of thinking about our relationship to God, our ultimate reality, and to our connect to the sacredness of the earth. Some of these noble thinkers even created intentional communities in order to put their ideas into practice. During this service, we’ll explore the lessons learned from these experiments in collective, earth-centered living.
This Sunday’s Half-Plate: INVST Community Studies. Since 1990, INVST programs helps develop University of Colorado students into engaged citizens and leaders who work for the benefit of humanity and the environment. Nominated by Dianne Ladd.
To read more about the April services on the theme of “Creation,” click here. Also visit our Soul Matters Monthly Reflection here.
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