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This Sunday's Service:

Finding God in the Ditches

Speaker: Member James Galasinski

ONE SERVICE ONLY at 10:00 a.m.


Chalice Camp for children aged 1-11 at 10:00 a.m.

On a recent highway cleanup project, I was with a group that literally found God. We found a small foam sign in the shape of the letters G-O-D. Maybe a word as ubiquitous and misused as God need not be thrown out the window of the moving car of our life. Sharon Welch, in her book A Feminist Ethic of Risk, encourages us to think of the divine anew, not as a noun, not as a supreme being, but as an adverb. Divinity is that quality of life that emerges from and sustains our struggles for justice.

James Galasinski has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jazz Studies from Cardinal Stritch University and has completed his coursework at Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago. He recently completed his ministerial internship at Unitarian Church North in Mequon. James is a Candidate for Ministry and we are his official congregational sponsor.

MUSIC:  Jack Forbes Wilson, Artist-in-Residence



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