This Sunday’s service: Sharing our spiritual roots

This Sunday, February 22, we will try again. After major storms forced us to cancel our services two weeks in a row, another storm is predicted for this weekend. If we are able to gather, we will hold one of our popular roots services.

What are your spiritual roots? In this traditional service some of our members will share their spiritual journeys with us. We will reflect on the spiritual roots from which we have grown. For many of us it may be a story of the church in which we were raised. We probably remember the messages, spiritual or otherwise, that our family gave to us. Coming of age might have presented us with many questions and challenges of belief that most likely shape our beliefs. Peers, teachers, and social and political events may have played a role as well. Even in adulthood our life experiences and dilemmas may have caused us to re-examine our beliefs at least one more time.

The service leader will be Helen Brandt.

The service will begin at 10:30 a.m., followed by coffee and fellowship at about 11:30. Religious education classes are offered, and visitors are always welcome.