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Laura McBride, worship leader; Dr. Guy Newland, sermon
Walt Whitman was a scandalous poet who openly celebrated same-sex love. He was a relentless self-promoter, a tireless champion of democracy, an Abraham Lincoln fan-boy, and a Civil War nurse. Many consider him America’s greatest poet. And one might also call him a mystic in his celebration of the open secret of each moment's perfection. Gazing on America, and on humanity, he saw light shining with equal brightness through every ordinary thing, shining in the soul and in the flesh of every ordinary person. Shining through every blade of grass, shining in the faces of felons--and even politicians.
with Jakobe Neal
The Fellowship will celebrate Dr. King’s birthday with a multigenerational worship service on Sunday morning and participation in a local march on Monday. Please join us for a fresh examination of Dr. King’s message and how it resonates with us today.
Accountability is often thought of in the punitive sense of being “held accountable.” A deeper sense of accountability comes when we ask to be in right relation with others. This is true when people in a position of privilege or power ask for accountability from people who are in a marginalized or oppressed group. What are your intentions, and to whom are you willing to hold yourself accountable?
Worship Leaders: Ricky Courlander and Norma J. Bailey
“What do you want to get rid of from the year 2021? Turning towards the new year and letting go of the old, we will feature a ritual of letting go of the things which no longer serve us from 2021 and contemplate our venturing into the new year 2022.”
Services are lead by
Rev. Andrew Frantz unless otherwise indicated.
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Sunday Mornings at 10:30 a.m.
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