This morning we’ll look at wisdom from the Hasidic Jewish tradition and how those teachings can help us to be the people we’re called to be and to build a better world for all.
Centering Thought: Every morning I forget how it is. I watch the smoke mount in great strides above the city. I belong to no one. Then, I remember my shoes, how I have put them on, how bending over to tie them up I will look into the earth. – Charles Simic
Share the plate: Kairos Community Lunch
Celebrant: Lana Driscoll, Anchor: Janet Stevens
Music both services: Guy Hallman, piano, Cathy Heithaus, violin, and Georgienne Young, cello