Meeting the Moment with Movement
Sometimes, the challenges we face can feel enormous and impossible to overcome. We feel small, helpless, and hopeless, but nonetheless, drawing on faith, we meet the moment with movement, action, and determination.
Please join us for worship at 10 a.m. this Sunday, June 11.
This week’s guest preacher, Rabbi Michael Latz, has been Shir Tikvah’s Senior Rabbi since July 2009. He brings to the congregation boundless energy, heartfelt compassion, and commitment to fostering an authentic and engaging Jewish experience. Previously, he was the founding rabbi of Kol HaNeshamah in West Seattle. A Wexner Fellow during rabbinical school, Rabbi Latz was ordained by Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in 2000.
Order of Service: June 11 Order of Service
Special Music: First Universalist Folk Band
Summer Worship Theme: Meeting the Moment
Sometimes it happens in a small room, when your mind quiets, and the rhythm of your breath begins to lead. Sometimes it happens in a conversation, when you take a leap of faith and step into a hard conversation. Sometimes it is that crazy notion that will not be pushed aside, and you make an about turn that leads into an unimaginable freshness of life and purpose. Sometimes it’s showing up in the streets, in a rotunda, in a meeting, in covenantal community. Sometimes it’s showing up for yourself. The religious life is meeting the moment over and over again. Join us this summer as ministers and speakers from all different walks of life, and contexts tell of their spiritual grounding, and stories of meeting the moment.
Listen to the Call to Worship and Sermon: