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Rev. Jeannie Shero

Join us for this service led by Rev. Jeannie Shero. We will ask ourselves how we are “A People of Welcome” as individuals
and as a congregation. We will explore this theme throughout the month of September. Please stay after the service for a potluck.

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Join us for a service with beautiful music and extemporaneous preaching. You heard it right, Rev. Jeannie Shero and Aaron Norris, Assistant Minister, will respond in real time to questions from the congregation. 

All are welcome to submit a question for the ministers to explore during this week via email or at Hamilton on Sunday morning, September 3. As we seek to hear what is most pressing on your mind or heart and respond in real time, we invite your questions about theology, spirituality, religion, the congregation, or the big questions of life. Though we will not be able to explore every question, your submissions will inform the development of future services. 

This is not an exercise in "Stump the Ministers." Instead, it is a moment of being transparent, responding in real time to the big questions of the congregation that we might have more open minds, loving hearts, and helping hands.
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Rev. Jeannie Shero

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Katelin LeMahieu, Megan Bender and Karl Krebs speak about immigration and the undocumented. 

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Rev. Jeannie Shero

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Rev. Aaron Norris preaches

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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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