Buddhism recognizes that life is filled with dissatisfactions and ultimately, all is impermanent. We can wallow in our misery or we can stop and see how much joy there really is and feel gratitude.
The real history of the first Thanksgiving deviates sharply from the rosy image many of us grew up with. We’ll look at that history as realistically as possible, with an eye on what we can learn from this history lesson.
Please take your seats and silently center yourselves for worship.
ANNOUNCEMENTS Pat Mohr, Worship Leader
PRELUDE Thanksgiving Song by Mary Chapin Carpenter
* CONGREGATIONAL COVENANT
Love is the doctrine of this congregation,
The quest for truth is its sacrament,
And service is its prayer.
To … read more.
Gratitude and Giving are key pillars of a healthy and grounded mindset that connect us to our better selves as well as the interdependent web around us. This is more than just being thankful, particularly only being thankful during one day of a holiday. It … read more.