Sunday- March 5, 2023

WHAT’S HAPPENING THIS SUNDAY- March 5 (este domingo – 5 de marzo)
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10:00 a.m. – Adult Discussion Group(grupo de debate de adultos)

Should creative people, public employees, private employees, be subject to cancel culture.  Where should the limits for first amendment rights terminate? 

10:00 a.m. – Sunday Seekers(domingo buscadores)

This is a place to express joys and sorrows, discuss issues of the week, and receive companionship and loving support from other group members in a confidential manner.

Both The Adult Discussion Group and Sunday Seekers welcome first timers.

11:00 a.m. – Children’s Religious Exploration(exploración religiosa para niños)

Children of all ages are invited to join us! We start in the sanctuary with the adults, then before the sermon we head over to the children’s classroom.  We have discussion to build community and explore the ideas brought up in the worship service. We also have stories, games, arts and crafts and other activities to have fun and learn together.

11:00 a.m. – Worship Service     (servicio de adoración)

A Vulnerable Faith:  “It’s hard to be seen with your messy lostness, exhaustion and overwhelm as you stumble through the complexities of life. But how else can someone become trustworthy unless you allow them to share in your hardship? How can we form the village we ache for unless we allow ourselves to wrestle with these things together?” –Toko-pa Turner.  March’s worship and programming theme is “Vulnerability”.  In recent times, there’s been a lot of talk about vulnerability, especially since Brene Brown has published so much work about it.  So, what does it really mean to be vulnerable and how does it vary along with our diversity?  How can our faith embrace vulnerability as a way to heal and to grow?  There’s so much to think about as it relates to being vulnerable and this Sunday will kick off our month of walking together along this path!  

Social time after the service. Snack or drink contributions welcomed.