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Upcoming Services

Sunday, October 30 2016 – 9 and 11 am

"Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos)"

Day of the Dead originated in Mexico but is celebrated throughout Latin America and other cultures around the world. On this day we focus on remembering and honoring our friends and family members who have died. It is a ritual full of love and remembrance. A Day of the Dead altar will be constructed. Bring photos and meaningful objects to add to the altar. 

After the service, you are invited to share Mexican hot chocolate and Day of the Dead Bread.

Worship Leaders: Eduarda Diaz-Schwarzbach and Lena Hernandez

Sunday, November 6, 2016 – 9 and 11 am

"Fear: Life's Stop Sign!"

Is fear really the only thing we have to fear? Where do our fears come from? What do we do with our fears? Can we transcend them? Today we'll explore our fears and a possible opportunity to release them.

Service Leader: Robby Ravenwood, Worship Committee

Sunday, November 13. 2016 – 9 and 11 am

"Living Tradition Series: The Great Lawsuit"

The transcendentalist Margaret Fuller was a brilliant thinker and activist for women's rights. Among her many works was an essay written in 1843 entitled "The Great Lawsuit: Man versus Men. Woman versus Women." Today, we utilize this foundational essay, to explore experiences of identity and equality now and into the future.

Worship Leader: Reverend Mitra Rahnema

After each service you are invited to a church discussion exploring today’s themes.