Sunday, October 13, 9:30 - 10:30 am
verything that is created is in relationship with all other things. God’s vision for birds had to do with the quality of the creation of air. How a song is experienced by those who sing it will change the composer’s perception of the song or even the song itself. Nothing exists in isolation. This is true also of our relationships with others. What happens for humanity is closely related to how we respond to each other. Are we willing to re-integrate, re-vise, re-vision our lives as we come in contact with others who are not like us? Are we willing to live our faith as if we know and act as if our very lives are interdependent with the health and well-being of the earth? New possibilities await if we are willing to offer ourselves fully and be willing to be changed by our interactions. This is always a family-friendly worship. Children are welcome to stay throughout the worship and engage with the sacred. Come, as we gather in Wesley Hall around tables of fellowship, building a spirit of community that is ready to be engaged.