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Rediscovering! by Ali Peters, Assistant Minister
Our lives have changed tremendously since before the pandemic. One of the joys of being a community of faith is the chance to process and make meaning of these changes together. This Sunday we kick off our theme for the coming program year: Rediscovering! Join us as we rediscover ourselves, our faith, and our community in this new ever-shifting reality.
Click HERE for the Order of Service for September 26.
Truth and Conspiracy: Monster Month #1 by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
Monsters have captured the imagination of humanity from the beginning of time. How is it that many people are still convinced there is a sea monster in Loch Ness (or Lake Champlain, Vermont for that matter) or a beast roaming the forests of the northwest United States? How do certain ideas take hold, and when are they dangerous and not just fun? This will be the kickoff of our five-Sunday Monster Month– join us!
Out of Control: Monster Month #2 by Ali Peters, Assistant Minister
You don’t need to be a werewolf to know what it’s like to feel out of control. Most of us have felt like we are not in control of our own thoughts and feelings for one reason or another. It’s hard! Join us for the second week of Monster Month to explore how we can support ourselves and others through these experiences.
Monsterfication: Monster Month #3 by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
In this, our third week of Monster Month, we’ll explore the ways our society makes monsters of things we don’t understand. How can misunderstanding lead to monstrous outcomes?
No Haunting Here: Monster Month #4 by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
Ghosts are said to be the product of unfinished business in life. What unfinished business, plans, or relationships do you need to tend to now, to avoid the risk of haunting later?
The Masks We Wear: Monster Month Finale by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
Sometimes masks protect us, sometimes they hide us away. Masks can be fun, and sometimes they can be monstrous. As we conclude our Monster Month, join us for an all-ages journey into the power of masks.