Prelude: Olam Chesed Nibaneh (A righteous world we will build)
Lighting the Chalice Flame (in unison):
Let the lighting of this flame rekindle in us the inner light of love, of peace, of joy, of hope. And as one flame lights another, we pledge ourselves to be bearers of the light wherever we are.
Quiet Time/Meditation/ Prayer
Song: Creation by Barry Silver
Sung by Barry Silver and Elaine Silver
Offertory: Eliyahu Ha-Navi
Affirmation (in unison) Love is the spirit of this congregation and service is its law. This is our great covenant: to dwell together in peace, to seek the truth in love and to help one another.
Responsive Reading #637: A Litany of Atonement
Sermon: Standing on The Side of Love with
Our Muslim Brothers and Sisters
Rabbi Barry Silver
*Hymn #123: Spirit of Life
Extinguishing the Chalice Flame (in unison) We extinguish this flame, but not the light of truth, the warmth of community, or the fire of commitment. These we carry in our hearts until we are together again.
Postlude: Hinei Mah Tov (How good and pleasant it is to join together in unity)
Gratitude & Applause
* Please stand in body or spirit
Hearing devices, and envelopes for cash pledges are available on the hymnal cart or ask an usher.
Today: Social Hour 11:30am in Ministers Hall.
Tuesday: Administration Office closed. Men’s Group at Frigates at 6:30pm.
Wednesday: Administration Office closed.
Friday: Art Studio 6pm in Ministers Hall.
Sunday: NewsTalk 9:15am in Ministers Hall
Thank you to all who contribute to our service and fellowship hour each week. This week:
Guest speaker: Rabbi Barry Silver
Service leader: Larry Stauber
Chalice lighter: Ari Silver
Ushers: June Kleeman & Polly Morgan
Cover art: Larry Stauber
Fellowship hour hospitality: Coleen Conway & Margaret Robson
And to our permanent staff:
Barbara Hatzfeld, office administrator
Willie Nelson, sexton.
Peilin Ko, music coordinator
Next Sunday: “Evangelical to UU” by Dan Lambert.
Food Items collected during the offertory are donated to the Lake Park Food Pantry,
Shoes and Toiletry Articles collected are donated to the Haitian Community.