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Something powerful happens when we are around those we love. Getting to know the person behind the mask helps us find compassion for our enemies. Based on Ralph Waldo Emerson’s essay “The Oversoul,” this Sunday we consider how paying attention to the soul can help cultivate relationships.
Speaker: Rev. Kent Doss
Six Years of Marriage Equality
On June 26th, 2015 the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage across the United States. This Sunday two same-sex couples who have been together for decades will talk about the evolution of their own marriages and the significance of legal recognition.
Speaker: Welcoming Congregation Committee
June Theme: Care for the Soul
Nancy Shaffer asked, “How shall we mend you, sweet Soul? …Come sit. Come tell me.” The soul is understood as our essence, as the core of our being. It is sturdy, but not invincible. Subject to the tragedies that touch our lives, the fabric of the soul can be torn. Shaffer concluded, “We will mend you with pieces of your own sweet self, sweet Soul.” The care of the soul is important work for it is self-care.