Among Unitarian Universalism’s six sources is a reference to teachings that “warn us against idolatries of the mind and spirit.” What might this mean? Perhaps Richard Rohr’s A Lever and A Place To Stand, which makes use of Archimedes’ lever principle in its call for integrated action and contemplation, is an example of such a teaching. Let’s consider how the teachings of this Franciscan priest might be a guide and warning to us and our congregation.
This Sunday we will have a multi-platform service. You can attend in-person, OR you can also attend via our online Zoom option. Those attending in-person will follow our in-person gathering guidelines including wearing high-quality face masks. No advance registration is required for this service, and there will be onsite in-person registration in case it is required for contact tracing. Children are welcome with their parents in the sanctuary. A small creativity and play area is provided for very young children inside the sanctuary. Currently no separate in-person classroom space, this includes no separate programs for children or separate nursery care area.
Join us for worship service via Zoom Webinar at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84755311106?pwd=bmpQblllOVNoUjdpUm5oVHk5cWx2dz09
Webinar ID: 847 5531 1106, Password: 253
You can also listen on your phone by dialing 253-215-8782 with Webinar ID: 847 5531 1106 and Password 253 to hear the worship service.
The Zoom Webinar room opens at 10:15 a.m., and you’ll be greeted in our online chat by our Sunday Chat Chaplain.