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.

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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:

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.