Aug. 2, 2015: “Connections Weekly”

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Sunday Service: Aug. 2, 2015

Service at 10 a.m.

“Democracy and Religion: Separate or Inextricably Linked?”
Rev. Penny Rather, preaching; Natalie Parker, Worship Associate
Our Fifth Principle calls us to affirm and promote the use of the democratic process in our congregations and in society at large. How does that fit with a commitment to the separation of church and state? How do we live this principle in accordance with our first principle (the inherent worth and dignity of every person) when others have differing views on religion and government?

This week’s Half-Plate offering: Rooted in the spirit of unconditional violence, the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center strives toward progressive social change on all levels. As a multi-issue organization that works to restore and protect Earth and human rights, the center educates, organizes, acts, and builds community in order to create a culture of justice and peace. Learn more about the Peace and Justice center here:

To read more about the August services on the theme of “Principles,” click here.

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