Rachel Morton Daniels, Worship Leader
Come to our social justice Sunday! We will host members from the Baha’i faith who will share with us about their beliefs and rituals. After the service, a light lunch will be served for $5. This donation helps pay for the food we prepare and serve each month to the homeless. While we are eating together, we will have the opportunity to ask questions and take part in more discussion with our speakers. This is a great opportunity for us all to come together, to get to know one another better.
*followed by Salad/Sandwich lunch
Pam Flodman, Worship Leader
David Shafer, UUFLB Board President, and Glenn Pascall, from Tapestry UUC. What matters to us most? Why do we believe what we believe? The premise of the radio program, This I Believe, can help us to articulate our beliefs, to explore with others life’s most vital questions, and the core values that guide our daily lives; not only what we believe but also why we believe it. We share our beliefs, not to persuade others to agree with us, but to develop respect for beliefs different from our own.
Rev. Kent Doss
Unitarian theologian James Luther Adams believed that we are responsible not just to work for justice, but to cast a vision for a better world. This Sunday we reflect on the role of the Biblical prophet and how we too might envision a different future.
Rev. Lee Marie Sanchez
Barbara Pemberton, Worship Associate
Rev. Kent Doss
Tapestry’s high-school youth will lead us in worship, sharing their understanding of Unitarian Universalism and their hopes for the future. Graduating Seniors Noah Gothard and Jake Hoiseth will deliver the sermon.