I had been debating about what topic to pick for this month’s newsletter. After watching the last presidential debate, then scouring the globe for a different country I can move to (I’m not thrilled with either candidate), and popping a bunch of TUMS, I decided to write about GERD.
“The Words Before All Else.”
Before anything else is said when the Haudenosaunee, the tribes of the Iroquois, meet for governmental, social, or religious gatherings, and at the end of those gatherings, they recite together what is known as the Thanksgiving Address. In reciting this prayer of thanksgiving together, they as a group, recognize the many gifts they share from the natural world and from the Creator. They recognize what they have and share in common.
If you are interested in attending the first
meeting this month, please let Ryan Kincaid know via email (email@example.com).
6th – 12th
Please read, even if you don’t have a child in middle/high school.
We will be having a special Thanksgiving Food Drive the first two Sundays in November, and we will be dedicating these food gifts during our offering on November 20th.
Meets from 9:15-10:15 on Sunday morning
in the South Parlor
Join us this fall as we explore both our own faith and the promises and challenges of interfaith cooperation.