In this service we focused on “losing our religion.” We discussed ways in which our dogma can sometimes interfere with doing what our religion actually calls for. For example, if Jesus calls us to love our neighbor and feed the hungry, it is not helpful to argue of small matters of doctrine while the hungry starve. Ruth-Eva Konno shared a picture that she made in our “Expressions of the Divine” segment. After the message and some good discussion we shared vegetables as our communion ritual for the day as a symbolic act of being Jesus to one another. As we shared the vegetables, we said “This is my body broken for you. With a turnout twice that of last week, we are rolling right along.
September 24, 2012
September 23, 2012 Service
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