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May 29: Beautiful Souls, Rev. Joan Montagnes
This Memorial Day service we invite you to bring a photo or other symbolic remembrance (medal, teacup, toy, etc.) of your loved one with a short obituary (e.g. Caroline Pitts (1914 -2001) My beloved granny; explorer, entomologist, illustrator, cookie baker, and the best storyteller in the whole wide world. – Betty Pitts Beagle). We will have a display of all our beloveds in the Parish Hall after the service. May they live on in our hearts and lives.
Services start at 10:30 unless otherwise posted
May Share-the-Plate: Save the Michaels of the World
Save the Michaels of the World provides free immediate placement and transportation to treatment and wrap services for those with the disease of addiction, delivering support services to individuals and families in crisis and throughout their recovery. In 2021, we received a total of 16,535 calls regarding our various services.
We will gather in loving community, creating a shared vision of compassion and dignity for all,
to radically transform the world in which we live.