A Story in My Soul / Self-Compassion
9:15 AM: A Story In My Soul
An in-person all-ages service led by Transitional Music Director Emily Hall, and Affiliated Community Minister Renée Ruchotzke.
Phillip Pullman says, “After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world.” Telling our stories can be a powerful and transforming journey. They can also move through us to inspire others. Will you tell your story? Reflection by: Amanda Rome
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:
- Think of the stories that were a part of your childhood. What is one of the stories that still stays with you and why?
- Think of a story that you find inspirational. How has it transformed you?
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 are available for purchase every 2nd and 4th Sunday each month. Learn more about this fundraiser.
11:00 AM: Self-Compassion
A multi-platform service (both in-person and on Zoom) led by David Weaver and Worship Associate Randy Bish.
Rev. Sean Parker Dennison encourages us to consider how transformation starts from within: “If you want to change the world, first, be sure you are changing yourself. Be tender. Be kind. Be at peace. Be all the things you wish for…”
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!