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January 19 & 20 – “Everything Possible: Generosity and Community”

with Douglas Wadkins, Interim Senior Minister

There are many ways to encounter the world; sometimes it is with a perspective of scarcity and smallness. So much more is possible when we engage the world with a sense of what is possible and with an expansive spirit. This service will explore the implications of such shifts in our thinking for how we live together day to day.
On Saturday, Celtic harp quartet with Rachel Avery, Karen Roberts, Cheryl Saltzman, and Linda Warren will play. On Sunday, Society Choir will sing “MLK” by U2 and a setting of Langston Hughes’s poem “I Dream a World.”