On this Fourth Sunday after Easter, Creation Care Sunday, we will focus on Genesis’ symbolic and mythic retelling of Creation, moving then eons later to the first Easter and Christ’s resurrection. Using scripture while drawing upon the thinking of Wendell Berry and others, Sabbatical Team Member Rev. Jessica McArdle will ask, “What is our Most Ancient and Pleasing Vocation?” Rev. Maeve will offer the Morning and Lord’s Prayer; Children’s Program Director Maggie Keeler will offer the children’s message; Moderator Sarah Gallop will read scripture; and Sabbatical Team Member, Rev. Eileen Morris, will lead us in a time of Pastoral Prayer. We will meet in Chidley Hall after the service for conversation and coffee. As this is Creation Care Sunday, resources focusing on Sustainability, Renewal Energy, and our progress toward Level Three of the Green Congregation Challenge will be available. We warmly welcome you to join us in celebrating God’s Good Creation and the joyful gift that comes with community.
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