The Worship Theme for July is “Fluent in Faith”
July 1: “The Theology of the I Don’t Know” Sometimes, knowing that you don’t know requires the most faith of all. Christin Kapp leads the service with Julie Ham as worship associate. Music Director David M. Glasgow provides service music.
July 8: “What is Religion?” We will begin our discussion of the book Fluent in Faith by considering the question of what is religion and what that can mean to us. Rev. Dr. Kathy Ellis leads worship with Michele Burton as worship associate. Carole Knisely provides service music.
July 15: “What is Faith?” What can the word “faith” mean to us as a community and as individuals? Rev. Dr. Kathy Ellis leads worship with worship associate Dot Everhart. Music Director David M. Glasgow provides service music, and the choir sings music of Meg Barnhouse.
July 22: “Resistance” About the “men of July 20th”, (referring to July 20th, 1944) a high level German resistance movement against the Nazis that tried to replace Hitler’s whole government to end the murderous regime, the Holocaust and WWII. One of the men linked to the leaders of this coup was Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Gisela Roethke is worship leader with Dick Poland as worship associate. Pat Spader offers a prelude, and Music Director David M. Glasgow provides service music.
July 29: “God, Goddess, Gods?” How can we talk about God in a meaningful way? How well do we listen to others’ ideas and experiences of God? Rev. Dr. Kathy Ellis leads worship with Cheryl Parsons as worship associate. Music Director David M. Glasgow provides service music, and the choir sings.