Where Are Our Wounds?

Join us for worship this Sunday, November 22nd at 10:30 am

This week, Rev. Greg continues our series on courage with the message, “Where Are Our Wounds?” He will be joined by the UUSMC Choir under the direction of Kristen Tosh-Morelli and accompanied by Pam Allenstein. And — for the second time this month — we will welcome new members to our congregation! As always, children and youth are invited to gather in the sanctuary for the first portion of the service before heading to their Religious Exploration classes.​
Come early!  Our Adult Religious Education group meets every Sunday before service in the MacArtor Library at 9:15 am. This week we will continue with the video Inside Islam – National Geographic Documentary which presents a sweeping history of Islam from its founding through 9/11.  Learning more about the foundations of the Muslim religion will help us understand the internal conflict within Islam which has produced a radical strain that has enlisted thousands of fighters to its side.  This morning the New York Times quoted Maajid Nawas, a former recruiter for a radical Islamic group who was imprisoned in Egypt from 2001 to 2006, “The statement that {the Paris attacks} have nothing to do with Islam is disingenuous.  We need to have a candid conversation about this and recognize that there is a correlation between scripture and this.”
It’s going to be another great day at Mill Creek!