On this Labor Day weekend I’ll reflect on the challenge of seeking and creating meaningful work—at all stages in our lives, and without regard to compensation or recognition. Thomas Merton wrote: “All the good that you do will come not from you, but from the fact that you have allowed yourself to be used by the power of love. Think of this, and gradually you will be free from the need to prove yourself; and you can be more open to the power that will work through you—and without your knowing it.” We’ll consider the implications of Merton’s wisdom.
For the church’s summer services, we will gather in Room 19 at 10 a.m. for a more informal, participatory worship hour.
Kindergarten – eighth graders are invited to participate in special activities based on books written by Jamie Lee Curtis: Big Words for Little People, Today I Feel Silly, I’m Gonna Like Me, and Is There Really a Human Race? each Sunday from 10:00 to 11:00 am this summer.
Summer coordinators, Mackenzie Hatfield-Johnson and Mary Kate Webster, will be leading activities
Each week will include stories, games, crafts, singing, discussions, creative movement, and FUN! Topic for August 31 is Summer Celebration.
Baby/toddler care is available beginning at 9:50 a.m.
Sunday Services begin at 10:00 a.m.
Visitors – please see our Welcome page to get more information before attending your first service at People’s Church.
Want to see past or future Sunday Service topics? Visit the Sunday Service page.