A few summers back, our son introduced his mom and me to some important cultural phenomena that we’d been missing out on—Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead. We had guided his awareness of literature through years of bedtime reading. Now he was ready to return the favor with another form of cultural expression. “Guidance”: what a great gift it can be, and what a great difference it can make when it’s time to face new things! Service led by Rev. Craig Moro.
Upcoming Worship Services
We meet for worship Sundays at 10:30 at the Hollywood Senior Center, 1820 NE 40th Ave., Portland, OR.
Anna Fritz is a Quaker and a cello-wielding activist folksinger. She brings us a program that incorporates silent worship in the manner of Friends (Quakers) and her Spirit-led songs for cello and voice. Through singing together, she invites us to listen for how we are led as forces of love and justice in the world.
The 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote and the League of Women Voters which emerged from the suffrage movement both celebrate their centennial in 2020. Debbie will describe the remarkable history of the passage of the Amendment, current challenges to everyone’s right to vote, and how the League of Women Voters’ continues to work toward a more perfect democracy. Service led by Debbie Kaye, the President of the League of Women Voters of Portland.