July 29: Sacred Lands

10 AM   Guest speaker, Native American Bruce Duthu. His wife, Hilde Ojibway will perform a piece of original music as well.

Bruce Duthu:  Bruce has worked in higher education for many years, both at Dartmouth College and at Vermont Law School.  For the last 10 years, he’s been a member of the Dartmouth faculty in Native American Studies teaching courses about law and policy relating to tribal nations in the US.

Hilde Ojibway:  After years of directing various non-profit social organizations throughout the Upper Valley, Hilde has lately focused her attention on family, music, volunteer work and, on occasion, serving as an interim executive director for a local organization.

Hilde and Bruce have three adult children and 3 grandchildren.  They’ve lived in the Upper Valley since 1986.

Simultaneous children’s religious education

 

 

July 15: Finding Transformation in Honduras

10 AM with guest speaker Dr. Peter Mason

Dr. Peter Mason traveled to Honduras to help transform a community through delivering health care—and found that he was the one transformed.

This will be a shared plate Sunday to support ACTS (Americans Caring Teaching Sharing) which provides medical care in Central America.

Simultaneous children’s religious education.  Please be prepared for outdoor play.

June 17: Annual Flower Ceremony

10 AM led by the Sunday Service Committee

Please join us for our annual celebration of Flower Communion.  Bring a blossom to share and consider the beautiful, robust, diverse bouquet we make together!  The tradition of flower communion began in the 1930’s in Prague as a ritual to celebrate diversity and open to people of all religions.