What do you find at the end of a rainbow—or who? That’s a good question for St. Patrick’s Day, and a good place to start our annual stewardship campaign! Sermon by Rev. Craig Moro.
Climate change is having an increasing impact on the earth, including human society. The basic equation of climate change, as explained in last year’s UN report, requires that carbon emissions drop steeply within the next several decades. Can we do this? Yes! We have lots of exciting technologies and strategies for reducing fossil fuels. Will we? Well…. We’ll explore the practical, political, and spiritual challenges of transitioning to a low-carbon society.
Service led by Wy'east Member and Trained Climate Reality Project Volunteer, Karl Arruda.
The title says it all! Come enjoy another story from the early days of the Unitarian movement. Sermon by Rev. Craig Moro.
Join us in this musical and poetic exploration of love in its many forms. This service will feature the talents of the Wy’east choir as well as poets from our congregation. Service led by Wy’east members.
Francis David and Giorgio Biandrata were two early founders of the Unitarian movement, back in the 1500’s. They were masters at using new communications media to tweak the sensibilities of the religious conservatives of their day. What fun—for a time. Rev. Craig Moro will share what happened next with you this morning.
The Gospel of Climate Change - Where is the Hope?
I had the good fortune to study the book of Revelation under the guidance of the late Rev. Daniel Berrigan. Dan was the first Roman Catholic priest to make the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List for his anti-war activism. After serving time in prison, the Catholic Church had “silenced” his teaching and preaching for several years. His class on Revelation—the vivid, violent, and visionary last book of the New Testament—was his first chance to teach after this silencing. What I recently found in my old class notes speaks even louder today than it did forty years ago! Sermon by Rev.
In Celtic mythology, the first signs of spring, the snowdrops popping up through the hard group, were said to be the steps of the goddess Brigid. Spring was considered to be just peeking its head out of winter's grip, thanks to the appearance of Brigid. Brigid, who became St. Bridget over time, the patronness of Ireland. Come explore with us as we look at the holiday, as well as the tranformation of a pre-Christian figure into a saint welcomed into the life of a complex Celtic Chrstianity. Service by Rev. Catharine Clarenbach.
Amos is known as one of the “minor” prophets of the Hebrew Bible, but his message is huge—a message that Dr. Martin Luther King would often echo in his speeches. Are we also big enough to hear it and take it to heart? Sermon by Rev. Craig Moro
Using donated fabrics, members of NW Quilters, Inc share their time and skills by piecing, quilting and distributing quilts to 18 local charities. Wy’east Member, Linda Burk and Sue Hatt from NW Quilters, Inc will share their experience and inspiration from this work of providing quilts to those in need of comfort one stitch at a time.