News for Jun 28, 2022
Join in person this Sunday at 10 am. John Latham will lead us in celebrating and discussing independence with surprising songs, poems by Langston Hughes, and more. If you can't come in person, join us on Zoom.
Upcoming events • Weds discussion group: Jul 6 (7 pm), Zoom
Continued discussion of The Didache
• Taizé: Fri, Jul 8 (7:30 pm), in person
• Book group: Sun, Jul 24 (7 pm), Zoom
“The Dictionary of Lost Words” by Pip Williams
• Lynne Shafsky memorial: Sat, Aug 6, (1:30 pm)
• Women's retreat: Sep 2–5, in person
Worship and Arts update
Last summer’s “August on Broadway” was so much fun, we decided to do another series this year. Starting July 10, our sermon themes will be children’s stories that were special to us. What did we learn? Have they stood the test of time? Talk to Marilyn if you’d like to reserve a date to tell us about your most memorable children’s book. The next Worship & Arts meeting will be after worship on Sunday, July 10.
Resources and links
• Victor Floyd sings “Beautiful City” from Godspell
• UCC national staff offers “Hope Beyond Roe: A Service of Gathering and Lament”
Quote of the week
“Until we are all free, we are none of us free.”
• Women's group: Mondays at 1 pm
Usually on Zoom; third Mondays at church
• Meditation group: Wednesdays at 7:30 am
In person at the church building
• Sunday worship: 10 am
In person or on Zoom — see the newsletter or this site for updates
Image: All humans and their companions are invited to join us in person this Sunday.