It's not what we have that constitutes our abundance,
but what we appreciate.  ~  Jules Petit-Senn
We exchange our money for goods and services. We exchange words and feelings as conversation. We exchange information, criticism, encouragement and appreciation.  The value of each is determined by its effect on us.
Who feels happy and more whole because of this exchange?
Is there more truth and beauty on the world because of it?
What is the value vs. the cost to our sense of beloved community?

Don't forget to turn your clocks back!

And join us this Sunday at 10:30 am! 
November 5, 2017  
Wisdom Path Part II: Money and Society  
Rev. Virginia Jarocha-Ernst              
Money is a source of connection and disconnection in our personal lives and in society. In this second sermon in a three-part series, I will seek to determine our purpose for maintaining the silence about money, and the power we give away because of it.

A gathering to discuss our own experiences will follow service at noon in the East Room. A workshop will follow on Saturday, Nov. 11, 10 am to Noon. Sign up here.

This first Sunday in November is also All Souls' Sunday when we pause to remember and name those who have died this year. Please send names of your loved ones lost this year to
Music by Just Folk and Louise Chernosky.
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