Join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. as we welcome guest speaker Richard J. Grzwinski who will present his message, “The Search for Truth.”
In our “free and responsible search for truth and meaning,” would we know “Truth” when we encounter it? Is our search for truth a “fool’s errand?” Can truth be molded to fit our own reality? How can we tell right from wrong, or good from evil, when something as seemingly concrete as the truth is so elusive or obscure? In this era of “Alternative Facts,” truth becomes a prized, but perhaps unattainable, objective.
Our music will be performed by the Mill Creek Choir, under the direction of Kristen Tosh-Morelli, with Pam Allenstein, pianist.
Children’s Religious Education
We welcome the children to classroom 1 after today’s Story For All Ages.
Adult Religious Education
Come early! The Adult Religious Education group meets on Sundays at 9:15 in the MacArtor Library. This Sunday Chad Tolman from First Unitarian will present his personal history of environmental activism. Chad became interested in the threat of climate change in 1988, when Al Gore first held Senate Hearings with Dr. James Hansen of Columbia University providing testimony. His presentation will assess the current status of the threat followed by discussion of what UUs should do, in the light of our Seven Principles and the growing danger to our planet. Chad’s outstanding bio includes service on the Delaware Governor’s Energy Advisory Council and the Delaware Sea Level Rise Advisory Committee.
Potluck Lunch After Service
Stay late! Plan on remaining with us after the service and enjoy delicious food and warm fellowship at our monthly potluck lunch. Please bring a dish to share.
It’s going to be another great day at Mill Creek!