May 29 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
Rev. Carol Strecker, Interim Minister
Memorial Day ushers in the official beginning of summer but it was born of the need to remember well those Americans who died in the course of their military service. Memorial Day gives us the opportunity to mourn those losses as a nation. But there are other “national losses” we’re facing. How can we remember well those 1 million souls lost to the Corona Virus and the victims of gun violence that plagues our nation? Memorial Day invites us to lament all of these “national losses,” honor the dead and advocate for peace.