(Summer Sunday Services at 10:00 a.m.)
July 31: Hope in the Dark
Rev. Alison Cornish
Music: Keith Herron, trumpet
This sermon draws its title from a slim volume by Rebecca Solnit’s, where she writes, “There are times when it seems as though not only the future but the present is dark: few recognize what a radically transformed world we live in, one that has been transformed not only by such nightmares as global warming and global capital, but by dreams of freedom and of justice — and transformed by things we could not have dreamed of… We need to hope for the realization of our own dreams, but also to recognize a world that will remain wilder than our imaginations.” If we require anything in this season, it is an imagination that builds a bold, bright, just, and sustainable world for all.
August 7: Hakarat HaTov
Rev. Heather Gehron-Rice
Music: Emily Bullock, mezzo-soprano
Hakarat HaTov is often translated as gratitude. A literal translation is "noticing the good." It's incredibly easy to forget how unfortunate we are, how much we have. As we gather, we will take time to notice and give thanks for the good in our lives.
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