How We Want The World To Be

2016-11-13 oos imageOur ability to imagine how the world might be is a powerful tool in our work for love, justice, and peace. In the aftermath of this 2016 election, what imaginings might help us move forward? How do our religious lives support us in doing this?

Centering Thought: Storytelling is dangerous to those who profit from the way things are because it has the power to show that the way things are is not permanent, not universal, not necessary. – Ursula Le Guin.

Share the plate: Meals on Wheels
Celebrant: Arrhiannon Kirkpatrick, Anchor: David Jeffers
First service music: Ryan Amend and Aimee Larsen-Amend
Second service music: UUCS Choir