Upcoming Sunday Sermon Topic

The Global Ethic

Sunday, March 25, 2018 @ 9:30am & 11:15am

By Reverend Myriam Renaud and Reverend Tom Capo

Vaclav Havel - Czech statesman, writer and dissident - once said that a world commonwealth required a transcendent global ethos founded on a sense of shared responsibility. This ethos could be found, he said, somewhere “in the primeval foundations of all the world’s religions.” There exists a document that captures this ethos. Come find out what it is and why it might matter to you! Mary McGinty will be performing on cello in this service.

9:30am in Learning Center. Spiritual Formation Forum. What perspective or insight can we gain from Christianities very different from the one we know? Before orthodoxy gripped Christianity, there were diverse Christian paths such as Gnostic Christianity, teaching that salvation was achieved through divine knowledge (gnosis) rather than faith or works. The Gnostic's Valentinians sect was perhaps its most successful. Join us to learn Valentinus' view of god.

Religious Education:
Religious Education classes meet at 9:30am & 11:15am