October 2 – “Humility” (Jewish High Holy Days) – Rev. Margie Allen
Some thoughts on the seldom discussed and rarely practiced virtue of humility, our best defense against the dark arts.
Recent Sermons You May Have Missed
In case you missed two important and paired services or want to revisit them, you can click here to access the sermons:
- "Sanctuary: Comforting the Afflicted" (Aug. 21, 2016)
- "Sanctuary: Afflicting the Comforted" (Aug. 28, 2016)
Rev. Margie addresses the dual role of leaders in congregations as pastoral caregivers to people in pain and prophetic voices that challenge the immorality and injustices of their times.
October 9 – “A Theory of Carbon” – Dan Forbush, Guest Worship Leader
Dan will share current thinking about the Integrated Information Theory of Consciousness and its theological implications.
October 16 – Topic TBA - Guest Speaker Dr. Abena Ampofoa Asare
Dr. Asare is Assistant Professor of Modern African Affairs specializing in West African post-colonial history. She is also a Suffolk County Black Lives Matter activist and organizer.
October 23 – “Weathering” (Earth Scripture Series #1) – Rev. Margie Allen
The gospel according to Weather. Essential earth teachings about the weathering of living things on a planet likewise under continuous revision.“Live Your Questions Now” – Rev. Margie Allen
Saturday, October 29 – Samhain Intergenerational Evening Service – Rev. Margie Allen
Rev. Margie leads a service for all ages in recognition of the ancient Celtic holy day Samhain (pronounced “SAO-win”). We’ll create a village of family altars to our ancestors, share food they loved, and celebrate the life they gave us.
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