Faith and Service: What Do They Do for Each Other?
Faith is not simply something we have; it is a fullness of life we experience, and one of the ways we experience it is through service to others. This Sunday we will explore what faith and the experience of faith can mean to each of us.
As we continue our focus on service, let’s look at the basics of action itself. What are the four steps we must consider before we can take meaningful action? Let’s look at ancient wisdom from the Tao to explore this very modern question.
Ever feel like happiness is this elusive holy grail that you just can’t seem to attain? You’re not alone! For most people, happiness is primarily experienced in moments, rather than days or years. But there are some tried and true practices that can help you get there and stay there more often. This week, we will discuss one often overlooked practice that can really make a difference in finding meaning, purpose and, yes, happiness too.
When available, a revised transcript of this week’s talk is provided below for the deaf and hard of hearing. Prayers, readings, and songs from this week’s service are also provided below.
Community Circles – Are you left with questions after a talk, or did an idea so resonate with you that you want to explore it further? In our Community Circles, we build relationships with others, share ideas and insights, and support each other as we apply these principles in our daily lives.
Community Circle Zoom Meeting/Discussion: Wednesday, Oct. 6.
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Tomorrow we celebrate Memorial Day, the day we honor those military men and women who died in the service of their country. It seems right today, when we have such new and unexpected battles to fight, to look at the qualities of heart and character that set apart those who act with courage and selflessness for all of us. What makes a hero today? Join us and let’s explore this question together.
Talk starts at 18:40 KIDS PROGRAM available – Contact us to register
On February 3, 1943, 76 years ago last Sunday, the troop transport USS Dorchester was traveling in a convoy of three ships from New York to Greenland, carrying approximately 900 men. The ship’s captain had been alerted that Coast Guard sonar had detected a submarine, and the ship’s crew was on a state of high