May 4 “The Spirit of Justice”
Rev. Mark Hayes
For religious people, work for social justice should be grounded in something more
fundamental than mere politics. Far from being mutually exclusive, spirituality and justice work
can mutually support each other.
Soulful Sundown @ 7:30pm
“Living the Life We Value?”
Chas Brua and Virginia Hubbs
All of us have been students and have had the experience of receiving a grade for our
performance. And often unconsciously, many of us “grade” our own lives. In this service, we'll
explore the things we each think are important to a life well lived--and ways we can use these
insights for growth.
“God Is Not One”
We have considered various religions as simply different expressions of the same underlying
reality. Another view is that there are very real differences, which it is important to
acknowledge and understand if there is to be authentic interfaith dialogue.
Music: Rachel Zimmerman and Leah Maines
"The Spirit of Youth is the Hope of the World"
by the Religious Education Classes
The Religious Education classes will share what they studied this year. We will celebrate a
child dedication and a have a bridging ceremony for two graduating seniors. Please join us to
celebrate a wonderful year of Religious Education and to support the children, teachers and all
who give their time and talents to grow our Fellowship.
Music: The RE Singers
“Loss and Remembrance”
Rev. Mark Hayes
Alfred Lord Tennyson claimed that ”'Tis better to have loved and lost / Than never to have
loved at all.” Indeed, memories of those we’ve loved and lost are bittersweet. Is love worth the
risk of loss?