Join us on Sunday, January 15 at 11:00 a.m. for a Chalice Circle Service led by Dave Faucher on the theme of “Living in Uncertain Times.”
Sometimes we just don’t know what’s going to happen next. It’s not always a failing of intellect, planning, or process. The job-loss we weren’t expecting. The health crisis we didn’t see coming. Government decisions that don’t square with your ethics. It can come from anywhere, at any time. When we feel like drowning as life washes over us, we are left with the only float in reach, faith. Faith that no matter what happens you’re going to pull through. Faith which manifests itself in hope for tomorrow. Uncertainty helps us to define our faith. It lets us come to terms with the gap between we all have between what we say and what we truly believe. Let’s all spend a moment to talk about life in these uncertain times. When the waves seem to be national and international in scope. Join in our open, supportive, sharing, listening circle as we discuss the importance of living with uncertainty in these anxious times.
We’re following our wintertime custom of holding Sunday service downstairs in the Parish Hall to conserve on heating costs. The younger RE students will join us for the first part of the service, as the older kids meet for their “Questing” class. At 11:30, the younger students will have their “Beginnings” class while the older ones come out to participate with the adults.