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Rev. Jeannie Shero

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Rev. Aaron Norris and Elizabeth Mount, Ministerial Intern

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Rev. Aaron Norris

 

 

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Rev Jeannie Shero

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Rev. Jeannie Shero and Elizabeth Mount, Ministeral Intern

In this annual service commemorating All Souls service, we honor our loved ones who have passed and consider how we continue to carry them with us. 

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Aaron Norris, Assistant Minister

We will explore what it means to be truly courageous. Courage is not found by avoiding fear. Indeed, fear is a healthy response to a fair assessment that loss is possible. Denying evil doesn't make us courageous either, though doing so might bring us temporary comfort. Rather, to have courage is to acknowledge while loss is possible, and evil is real, action is required by morality and justice. 

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Rev. Jeannie Shero

In moments when courage is needed, what could we gain from taking a breath? And when we have the freedom to choose (all the challenges that freedom brings), what does courage look like?

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Elizabeth Mount, Ministerial Intern and Aaron Norris, Assistant Minister

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Rev. Jeannie Shero

We hope you can join us for this service led by our Senior Minister. Rev. Jeannie will introduce us to our worship theme for October, “A People of Courage.”

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Aaron Norris and Elizabeth Mount

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