April Worship Theme- Revolution

April 2, 2017  
Worship: 9:30am and 11:30am
Seeds of the Revolution
On the Chancel: Rev. Doug Wadkins, Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout

One way or another revolution starts under the ground.  Beneath our daily lives, beneath the turmoil of our country, our nations and the planet; and beneath the earth itself much is at work.  In the smallest and most expansive ways much is up in the air! Come explore how the seeds of change are taking root in every corner of our lives.


April 9, 2017  
Worship: 9:30am and 11:30am
Can You Hear the People Sing?
What are the common strands of revolution whether it be personal, communal or spiritual?  When we think about the current state of our world we struggle with imagining the way that current turmoil may call for huge changes. Drawing on the powerful lessons of history, what may we learn about revolution and its call for change?

April 16, 2017  
Worship: 9:30am and 11:30am
Jesus the Liberator:  Revolution and Resurrection

Join us for an Easter Sunday that intermingles the spiritual and the political. This understanding of the place of faith in the daily lives of people is consistent with the time of Jesus.  In this season, when we explore the mystery of an image where that which is dead is born again, how might we understand this image in light of our current world and our current lives?

April 23, 2017  
Worship: 9:30am and 11:30am
For the Children of Our Children

In this annual Earth Day worship service for all ages, we will look at climate change through the lens of intergenerational justice.

April 30, 2017
Worship: 9:30am and 11:30am
Annual YRUU Worship Service

A revolution in the way we understand gender identity is underway and our youth are on the leading edge. Our YRUU (high school) group will explore what this revolution means for their lives and the possibilities it creates for us all.




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