Sunday October 15

The service will be led by Rev. Amy Beltaine, “Divining the Body:  Let us gather to find again the divinity of our miraculous bodies, our beautiful souls. If you have ever thought that your body is too fat or thin or your hearing aid is a flaw… If you have ever run into an inaccessible doorway or airplane seat or experienced disrespect for your service dog… Join us to re-member, to re-divine our sacred selves. Let us stand (or sit, walk or roll) together on the side of love for every-body!” Religious Education is available for the children during the service.

After the service and the social time, Tod Lundy will lead a discussion: “Exploration of Love: What do we each consider to be the meaning of the word “Love”?”

Sunday October 8

The service will be led by Rev. Ketcham: “Come On Up to the House”.  Most world religions list Hospitality as one of their primary tenets:  welcoming the stranger, caring for the stranger, saving the stranger’s life.  Yet we often see rejection, discrimination, and outright hate expressed toward those who are different.  This is particularly problematic in our increasingly diverse world.   Bree Heavenrich will sing the Tom Waits song that is the title of the service.

The monthly potluck will follow the service.

Sunday October 1

The service will be led by Christine Yeight: “The Human Brain and its Relation to Climate Change”.  Christine will discuss the connection between neurological disorders and the industrial revolution, the effects of aluminum on ALS and the critical importance of recycling to keep toxins out of our soil and water. The “Sunday Singers” will have their … Continued