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Rev. Jeannie Shero
Aaron Norris, Ministerial Resident
Elizabeth Mount, Ministerial Intern
 
In response to a denominational call for introspection and dialogue about racism and white supremacy in our denomination, we dedicate our service on April 30 to starting these hard conversations. Weaving together congregational singing and short messages from our ministers, we will thoughtfully and lovingly share insights about where we are and explore what we need to transform. We all start somewhere. Whereever you are in this process of transformation, you are welcome to join this exploration and to continue discussion at the teach-in after the service.
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Elizabeth Mount, Ministerial Intern

In a community seeking to serve human need, there are many ways to be and to be of service. We recognize our many paths to the goal of a better, brighter, greener, and more sustainable world on this day, with appreciation for our volunteers and all who strive for justice and compassion. 

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Elizabeth Mount, Ministerial Intern, Aaron Norris, Ministerial Resident, and Rev. Jeannie Shero

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Rev. Jeannie Shero and Aaron Norris, Ministerial Resident
 

Join us as we explore the theme for the month: We are A Community of Transformation. Life changes around us, and we are changed my life. Our freedom of will allows us to hide from life or to see humanity and the world clearly. This clarity shows that which is beautiful and that which is difficult or painful. Rather than avoiding life: We choose to grow. We choose to care. We choose to work toward peace and justice. Together we will explore ways to bring our values to life. 

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Members of the Archive Committee

Rev. Stephen Papa, Anne Mahoney, Christine Cochran, Rev. Bill Robinson and Larry Bohning shares stories from our church's long history. 

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Rev. Jeannie Shero and Elizabeth Mount, Ministerial Intern

People need people. It has been said, sung, and lived for millenia. Though the need is strong, many struggle to find real community and may struggle to form any attachments with others. In beloved community we are invited to connect and reconnect again and again. These connections are essential, though they can be challenging and even risky as relationship is chosen instead of solitude. Join us as we explore the need for community, and the giant leap it represents for so many in and beyond our church. 

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Rev. Jeannie Shero

All are welcome to a service in which we will explore the risks and rewards of being a beloved community.

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Aaron Norris, Ministerial Resident
 
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Nautical observations abound, as we plumb the depths of being a part of a community of risk. Join us as we explore that thin line between gamble and risk, when we are called to act at times and places where we can be in full control. We ask what provisions we might need and what crew we might want to accompany us; we must spend time preparing for our voyage. But in the end, we must actually set sail and move out into chartered and unknown waters in our lives. And that, fellow sailors, will mean risk (and reward).
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Rev. Jeannie Shero

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Aaron Norris, Ministerial Resident

 

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