Walt Whitman mused that it is the trees which “know the amplitude of time.” At the end of this month when our congregations reflect on what it means to hold history, we’ll follow the old growth trees into deeper time than our own short lives, paying homage to what Ursula K. Le Guin has called the “tall fraternal fire of life as strong now as in the seedling two centuries ago.”
This week there is only one service, at 10am.
Please note that there will be no RE this week. Childcare for children 4 years and under will be available in the Fireside Room.
Pre-register for ONE service at 10:00 here. 10am service will be online and in person. Registration is only necessary for in-person attendance.