Read the full issue of this week’s Liberal here.
Rev. Justin Schroeder writes:
Over the next three months, we have a great lineup of preachers, each speaking about how they are striving to “meet the moment” we’re in; they will share insights, spiritual practices, and observations about how we can meet this moment with humility, courage, and compassion. Jen, Ruth, Elaine, Lauren, and I are all in the preaching mix, along with a number of guest preachers.
I’m delighted that my friend and colleague, Rabbi Michael Latz, is kicking off this sermon series this Sunday! Rabbi Latz and I have travelled to Israel and Palestine together, and it’s a joy to share our space with Shir Tikvah for the High Holy Days. I can’t wait to hear what Michael has to say to us.
Though we’re on our summer schedule, with one Sunday service at 10 a.m., the church is still hopping! In June and July, we’re offering two ” Racial Justice and our Unitarian Universalist Faith ” workshops. We’re building with Habitat for Humanity . We’ll be hosting families from Families Moving Forward for two weeks at the end of August.
I hope your summer months are times of deepening, times of joyful service, times of relationship building, times with family, and times of rest and renewal.
I hope you will invite a friend to join you at a summer service at First Universalist. Together, we can, and are, meeting this moment, and all of the potential and possibility that lives in it.
I’ll see you in church,