It's holiday shopping season, and if you are like me, you are hunting for bargains. A sale, a discount, or a coupon means that my money will stretch further. On the other hand, there are times when I want to spend more. When my most dearly held values are at stake, I want to spend or give more to encourage those values flourish.
To the charities I support I say, "I want beauty, truth, love and justice to grow, not shrivel, so put my money to good use, please!" Rarely do I think about charitable giving as a bargain or buying local and sustainably as spending too much.
This giving is a bargain at twice the price!
What is a bargain at twice the price for you?
Join us this Sunday at 10:30 am
December 3, 2017
Wisdom Path Part III: Money, Spirit and Life
Rev. Virginia Jarocha-Ernst
These conversations about money, economic justice and the cost of it all to our spirits are just beginning. This third sermon concludes the series but draws upon what we have learned about each other since we began.
Music by Thomas Cannizzaro, Kirsten Norberg, Louise Chernosky.
The Wisdom Path Workshop follows on Saturday December 9th, 10am - noon in the East Room.