A Legacy of Life
What does it mean to be part of a living tradition that draws from the past even as it trusts the dawning future? How does any of us outlast our individual time on earth? We’re not talking about leaving money, but leaving behind traces of the meaning we’ve found and the lives we’ve crafted. The service is followed by a free lunch, and a chance to watch a brief video from 20 years ago, featuring some of our Fellowship’s elders and ancestors talking about the early days of our beloved community, and their hopes for their legacy, and ours. Childcare is provided, and of course the home-made lunch includes tasty vegan and gluten-free options.
Speaker: Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz
During the school year, from September through mid-May, we offer two worship services, at 9am and 11am.
9am AWAKE service
Expect a smaller, more intimate experience. This service generally includes more music and a variety of alternative creative expressions. There is no formal sermon. Instead a participatory experience is emphasized. This is a more intimate, interactive, musical and meditative experience where seekers and skeptics are welcome.
11am TRADITIONAL service
Expect to sing hymns, hear readings, enjoy an engaging sermon, and connect with a larger group. This service also includes a “story for all ages” directed at our children before they leave to attend Sunday School. This is a more traditional service with a bit more order to it.
At both services expect to be inspired, challenged, comforted, opened, loved, and lifted up. Our Sunday worship experiences are designed to create connections within, among, and beyond us, calling us to our better selves.