Facing Forgiveness

ONSITE and on Zoom, and Facebook LIVE. In his book The Four Things that Matter Most, international leader in palliative care Dr. Ira Bjock shares four powerful and essential phrases when approaching forgiveness: “thank you,” “I forgive you,” “please forgive me,” and “I love you.” Why are these simple phrases often so difficult to say, and to receive? The Jewish Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur frame our annual practice of facing forgiveness, and beginning again in love.

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We are meeting in person. However, if you are on Zoom or Facebook, because our collection plate cannot be passed to you, we are offering a simple way to give using Tithe.ly. Put 833-931-1845 as the recipient of your text, write the message GIVE and click on send. Tithe.ly will provide a form on your mobile device. Quickly fill out your giving information and credit/debit card details.

Once complete, the information is securely saved for future gifts.Your donation goes to support the on-going work of the church.

 


Indoor Sunday Services in Wylder Hall

Welcome to our services indoors in Wylder Hall. For the safety of all, please join us masked and vaccinated (honor system). For those who feel more comfortable outdoors, we have limited seating just outside the sanctuary. If you would rather continue enjoying services via ZOOM, join us online at Zoom or Facebook LIVE.

Please keep in mind that we are all in this together. To keep everyone safe and healthy we embrace a practice of Inclusion, Covenant, Consent, and Care for all during these COVID-19 times. Please email here with any comments or questions.