9:15 AM: Be Kind To Yourself
An in-person all-ages service led by Director of Religious Exploration Colleen Thoele, Affiliated Community Minister Rev. Renée Ruchotzke, and Transitional Music Director Emily Hall.
Before we can have Peace in the world, we must have Peace in our hearts. How might our kindness start with ourselves? Reflection by Kyotē Youst.
10:00 AM Lifespan Religious Exploration
Religious exploration for our children and youth in classrooms.
Facilitated small reflection groups for adults in Hobbs Hall using our wondering questions:
- How might you unplug for an entire day? How might you reimagine unplugging to small moments during your day?
- How might we create individual and collective rituals of rest and healing for ourselves and our communities?
10:00 – 11:15 AM Community Café
Our social hour in Hobbs Hall is open to all. Connect with others, learn about the church, find out about programs and other opportunities to connect.
Acme, Giant Eagle, and Meijer grocery gift cards will be available for purchase. Learn more about this fundraiser.
11:00 AM: Rest as Resistance to “Grind Culture”
A multi-platform service (both in-person and on Zoom) led by Affiliated Community Minister Rev. Renée Ruchotzke, Worship Associate David Weaver, and Transitional Music Director Emily Hall.
Why are so many of us soooo tired? We’ll explore how Tricia Hersey, founder of The Nap Ministry, invites us to examine how “grind culture” steals our life energy, and explore ways to take back our birthright of dreamtime.
CLICK HERE to view, download, or print the Order of Service.
For those joining via Zoom, our meeting room opens 15 minutes prior to the start of the service (at 10:45 AM) for weekly announcements. We request that everyone joining the service please display your first and last name. Thank you!