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Religious Education Events
- Sunday, January 22, 2017 – 9 and 11 am
"The Essence of Gratitude in Creating a Compassionate Community: An Islamic Perspective"
What does it mean to truly have a grateful heart? Amidst all the challenges and injustices we are facing, can we still remain grateful for the gift of one another? Milia Islam-Majeed will share her personal reflections on the power of gratitude as a means to counter the adversity we face in the world today. Milia is the first Muslim Executive Director of the 63-year-old South Coast Interfaith Council. She has a Masters Degree in Theology of World Religions and Anthropology from Harvard Divinity School, and has spoken on religion and society around the country and throughout the world.
Speaker: Milia Islam-Majeed; Worship Associate: Mary Ruth Velicki
- Sunday, January 29, 2017 – 9 and 11 am
"The Pilgrimages of Our Lives"
Wikipedia says a Pilgrimage is "a journey or search of moral or spiritual significance." It is the intentional search for the holy land of our souls. Today, on Reverend Mitra's last Sunday before her Sabbatical, we explore that search for what is sacred in our hearts.
Worship Leader: Reverend Mitra Rahnema
- Sunday, February 5, 2017 – 9 and 11 am
"What Would Theodore Parker Do?"
We live in dangerous times. Sometimes it is hard to see a way through. Fortunately we have ancestors who have also lived in dangerous times and have shown us some of how it might be done. Today we will hear about Theodore Parker, Unitarian, Transcendentalist, Abolitionist, and Revolutionary of the Spirit.
Worship Leader: Reverend James Ford