Later, If You Need Me
Sunday, October 22, 2017
10:30am in the Sanctuary
DLRE Mark LaPointe, preaching
While struggles against oppression, violence and discrimination converge all along the long arch of history, in these modern times resistance seems episodic and often disconnected. Sometimes it feels like a formula — find an issue of the moment, protest for change, get results (or not), and move on. How can we, as people called to action, draw upon our faith and our own history to embody the longer view? How can we help to foster, encourage and support the notion that resistance is a long process requiring commitment and connection past, present and future?
Children attend first 15 minutes of worship followed by Religious Education Classes. Nursery are available.
Senior Youth Group meets at 7pm in the Parlor.