The intersection of humanity and the divine can be accessed through the honorable path.
It is one thing to tolerate someone with whom we disagree, and another thing entirely to welcome them. Yet, the noblest of all is to truly honor those with whom we deeply disagree.
Centering Thought: It is not our purpose to become each other; it is to recognize each other, to learn to see the other and honor them for what they are. – Hermann Hesse
Share the plate: Salem Interfaith Hospitality Network
Celebrant: Monica Jacobson Tennessen, Anchor: Arrhiannon Kirkpatrick
First service music: UUCS Choir
Second service music: Cheryl Randall and Sara Greenleaf
Pulpit guest Andrew Chirch is a spiritual seeker, storyteller, and seminarian at Starr King School for the Ministry, currently serving as intern minister at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Eugene. He enjoys congregational polity, early Unitarian history, and long walks on the beach.