Speaker: with Melissa Rosales

For What We Will

The famous labor slogan calling for a fair workday should still ring in our ears today: Eight hours for work, eight hours for sleep, eight hours for what we will. We will explore what we are called to do in those precious moments: relax, spend time with our loved ones, change the world, all of the above?

Reverse RE

Building a community for all ages means learning and growing in many different ways. Join us for a shorter worship service followed by your choice of several smaller spiritual exploration opportunities in rooms all around the church including a Children’s chapel for those among us in elementary school. During the service we will also say goodbye to our Director of Family Ministry, Merrin Clough.

The Problem with Being Right

11 a.m.

Our faith is one rooted in the quest for truth and justice, and even so, many of our forbears found themselves on the wrong side of history. This Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, we will explore what commitment looks like apart from the need to be right.