The first Nobel Truth of Buddhism is: “Life is suffering.” This begs the question: What kind of suffering is redemptive and what kind is not? What kind of suffering will lead to transformation, joy and the gifts of the Creative Imagination (also know as the Holy Spirit). This Sunday, May 20th,we will examine these questions in a service titled,”Embracing the Chaos.” Rev. Jim McConnell will deliver the sermon, David La Fleur and John Tusciuk will share their philosophy/theology of what it means to embrace chaos, Mary Lou Elson will sit in the Poet’s Corner, Candace Onweller will be at the Piano, Harvey Johnson and Gretchen Ohmann will lead our hymns and Persephone Tusciuk will tell a Story for All Ages.
Joanne Krettek and Terry Sundstrom will lead the Religious Education class for children, who will be engaging in artwork and possibly music related to the upcoming Summer Solstice service.