Sunday April 30, Rev. Rus Cooper-Dowda leads the sermon, “And What About Naomi…?” “Many of us are familiar with the story of Ruth and Naomi from the Hebrew scripture,” says Rev. Rus. “Much is made of Ruth as an ancestress of King David. But, what about Naomi who started the story by traveling with her daughter-in-law? … More Sunday Sermon April 30 11am: And What About Naomi…?
On Sunday, July 31, join us to hear Revs. Rus Cooper-Dowda and Roy Sniffen guide us through a journey with Rumi, ” Where all who enter our door are guides for whom we need to be grateful.” Adult Discussion will be open topic through the end of August – just come in, pour yourself a cup … More Sunday Sermon July 31 11am: The Guest House
Stephen Crane wrote that we often wish to “…throw bricks at the temple…” when we are angry. But, what if there are no bricks and there is no temple? What then? Rev. Rus Cooper-Dowda suggests we look at that idea through the concept of Holly Near’s hymn, “Gentle, Angry People.” Adult Discussion will be open topic through the … More Sunday Sermon July 10 11am: Throwing Bricks at the Temple