Sunday, November 7, 10:30 a.m.
In My Day: Reflections on the Way Things Used to Be
Returning to our Sanctuary for a multigenerational service with Rev. Alice Anacheka-Nasemann
What was life like before computers, cell phones, FaceBook, or Instagram? What changed in your life with the sexual revolution, the civil rights movement, the events of 9-11, or the invention of the birth control pill? Sometimes change is long awaited, sometimes we fight it tooth and nail, often it brings unimaginable new realities. Join us this Sunday, Nov. 7, for this multigenerational service introducing our monthly theme: Holding History.
Memory invites us to maintain our grip on the past, but it also calls us to pay attention to who we are in the present. Memory’s question is not just “Do you remember?” but “How do you want to be remembered?”
~Rev. Scott Tayler
Covid Safety Information:
A sanctuary is a place of safety and refuge. For various reasons, some of us have good reasons why we need to be more cautious about having contact with other people, but all of us need to feel safe as we enter back into our in-person community. In order for everyone to feel safe, we will maintain strict safety guidelines.
- Everyone must wear a mask. [You may want to switch out that well used cloth mask for a N95, KN95, or one of the better surgical masks (such as a grade 3 with moisture barrier).]
- When you come into the church, follow the direction of our greeters and sit with your family group or as individuals 6 feet away from other groups or individuals.
- Our choir may soon be singing in front of the church, but we ask that you don’t sing along with them. Humming, however, is encouraged.
- Please exit the church row by row at the direction of our greeters. We understand that it is wonderful to see our friends again after so long, but please maintain social distancing while in church and save the conversations and hugs, if you are comfortable with hugs, for outside the church.
We are so happy to return to our beautiful sanctuary and to see in person all of our friends and neighbors in our beloved community. Please help us keep it a safe and loving place for everyone.
Your UCMH Safety Committee
Not ready to meet in person? No worries! The service will also be livestreamed so you can participate remotely.
Meeting ID: 849 2634 5142
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Meeting ID: 849 2634 5142