A Month of Sundays
Sunday Worship Services
9:45 a.m. - E-Worship in the Chapel
11:00 a.m. - Traditional in the Sanctuary
May is when we appreciate the people we are and care about. It begins with an appreciation for a growing community around and within us - Mexicano/as - and their story which should be ours, as well. It ends with an appreciation for our own dead as we do each year. In between are babies, kids, and volunteers. A lot of reasons to come, appreciate, applaud, and feel the breadth and depth of this community.
May 26 - "Who Blesses Whom?" - The Rev. Fred Wooden speaking. Memorial Day is when we acknowledge those among our community who have died in the last year. "It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this. But in a larger sense...."
June 2- "Senior Sunday" - High School Seniors, that is. Always a thrill to hear their thoughts, come share their music and meditations.
June 9 - "Have You No Decency?" - WFW speaking. It was June 9, 1954 when those words became the death knell of McCarthyism. In 1968, it was a day of national mourning for the murder of Robert F. Kennedy. Despite the pleasures of late spring, the day begs for something thoughtful.
June 16 - "Love and Forgiveness" - WFW speaking. The gospel reading in Protestant churches has a powerful story in it about the nature of love and forgiveness. Worth studying even for skeptics.
June 23 - David Lee Smith speaking.
June 30 - Summer Chapel Series begins. Services begin at 10:00 a.m. Please note the time change!