Upcoming Sunday Services

Sunday services run from 10:30 to 11:30 am

Please note that there will be no children’s program over the summer months.

December 3 – Amnesty International and the Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

December 10 is the 71st anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It was first proclaimed on December 10, 1948 as a common standard of achievements for all peoples and all nations. Since then there has also been the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Amnesty International has consistently acted to protect human rights through letter writing campaigns, as well as other forms of action. Today we will hear about current letter-writing campaigns and some success stories. After the service we will gather in the lower hall to do some letter writing is support of human rights issues around the world.

December 10 – Ethical Investing and Divesting: Do They Work?

The concept of ethical investing has been around for a few decades. If you have some money to invest, does it really work to buy ethical funds? In the last decade a movement to encourage/push institutions to divest themselves of investments in oil or weapons. Can the actions of many push institutions or mutual fund managers to make different decisions? We’ll hear one person’s opinion on this topic but there will be time for comments too.
Potluck Sunday – Join in sharing food and friendship

December 17 – Love – A Four Letter Word

Presenter: Terry Fehr
This is the first in a four-part series that explores the manifestation of spirit in real life. In it we are invited to ask ourselves what love is, what hinders our loving and how we might shift our perspective to bring more love into the world.

December 24 – Carol Singing and Festive Food

Gather around the piano, sing some Pagan or Christmas songs, and eat some festive food. We’ll start at the usual time of 10:30 am with a very short reading, move into some carol singing, and close with another short reading. Keeping it simple is the watchword for today.