REFLECTIONS AND A special coffee hour, Sunday, June 14
Take time … give thanks … consider your personal inventory
On Sunday, June 14, through worship and a presentation during a special coffee hour, we as a congregation will contemplate and discuss the ways to look at and frame our individual and relational legacies. What’s important? What needs to be done in our lifetimes? How do we want to be remembered?
This topic of taking stock of one’s life is seemingly everywhere in this season of commencement speeches, newspaper editorials, new books (e.g. author David Brooks’ “The Road to Character”), and summer days that unfold with time to relax and reflect.
Please plan on attending worship for inspiration on gratitude and God’s gifts to each of us, and then continue the theme during a coffee hour conversation with attorney Murray Heaton, who will present ideas and help us discuss the benefits and satisfaction gained by taking stock of our lives. This special coffee hour will take place in Fellowship Hall immediately following 9:30 worship (first summer service).
All are invited, including friends of the congregation. Throughout the morning, Pastor Deb and Murray Heaton will engage us with valuable perspectives and information on topics from thankfulness, peace and reconciliation to personal values and estate and charitable planning. Come and enjoy the good fellowship, information and topics for reflection.
–The Foundation Committee