Sunday Service: Aug. 30, 2015
Service at 10 a.m.
“Searching for Truth and Meaning: Living our Lives to Leave a Legacy to the Earth”
Chris Itano, Worship Leader; Marc Killinger, Worship Associate
In his book “How Then Shall We Live,” Wayne Muller explores four simple questions: Who am I? What do I love? How shall I live knowing that I will die? What is my gift to the family of the earth?
Considering these questions, we will explore Unitarian Universalism’s Fourth Principle, which focuses on the free and responsible search for truth and meaning when we have the end as a goal.
This week’s Half-Plate offering: Trans Youth Education and Support (TYES) supports transgender and gender creative children and their families. TYES has helped over 30 families discover the unique needs of their children and the resources to support them. We follow this summer practice of a single recipient nominated through Social Justice Action Council, and for this year it is our Welcoming Congregation Task Force. Nominated by Karen Axe.
To read more about the August services on the theme of “Principles,” click here.
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