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The Path of Courage

Updated: Nov 30, 2022

Covenant Group Coordinator/Volunteer Elaine LeCain

The world has changed so rapidly in the last several years with the pandemic, Trump politics, the Big Lie, the assault on the Capital, climate change, fires, floods, disasters of all types: we all are facing many unknowns. Life as a journey requires some kind of path; even more so in these truly uncertain times. Beginning with last month’s Soul Matters theme of Belonging we are embarking this year on themed ministry designed to give us aid, comfort and inspiration as we navigate our own path. This month’s theme: The Path of Courage builds on the sense of Belonging brought into focus last month as we came together with our many waters designed to highlight our innate connectedness. October is a great month to explore in worship and Covenant groups the path of courage. There are abundant examples in the calendar this month of past and present opportunities to experience courage: Yom Kippur, Martin Luther’s posting of the 95 thesis, LGBTQ History Month, Halloween, Michael Servetus burning in Geneva, and the UU’s vote to merge, being just a few. So, in this service we will explore this pathway of Courage and continue the conversation during this month through our Covenant groups. Please join us as we explore the many facets of courage, including this: “to love life, to love it even when you have no stomach for it and everything you’ve held dear crumbles like burnt paper in your hands… and this Quote by Brian Andreas “Anyone can slay a dragon but try waking up every morning and loving the world all over again, that’s what takes a real hero.”

Worship Service Leaders: Elaine LeCain & Brandi Groven Zoom-host: JoAnn Conard


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