The title words were borrowed from Forbes Magazine, the thoughts were inspired by an eclectic group of sources. If we think of the life we lead as a product, how well are we doing? What are the results of the “venture capital” (resources) invested in you or me? Did we cross the boundary from being a resource sponge to being a productive asset? How do we know.
This was Sam Saylor’s debut sermon. He explored the worship of the sun in ancient religions, and what that means for us today.
This Sunday we welcomed more little ones into our community in a joyful Child Dedication, and explore the concept of each cild, of whatever age, as a “child of light”. There was also a Thank UU section and the sermon by our student minister, Linda Sutherland.
Messages from Eva, Al, Angie
RE Dates & Christmas Pageant writeup
Holiday Office Hours
Treats & Talents Results
Sermon Schedule & Adult Forums
Mission & Vision
Social Action – Hat& Mitten Tree, Guest at Your Table
Green Living Corner – Energy Savings from Recycling