|October 4, 2014 - "Art in the Valley" ....original works at affordable prices.Saturday, October 4, 2014
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The first-ever "Art in the Valley" sale will feature affordable original artworks donated from local private collections and artists; works include paintings, watercolors, photographs, pottery, weavings, limited edition prints, and fiber. Space is being rented, on a limited basis, to local artists who will sell their own artworks. A new and used book sale will coincide with the event. Coffee, tea and homemade goodies will be available for purchase at the event.
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October 5th Fear, Forgiveness, and Foolies in Our Heads ~~ Lynda Sutherland, Karen Impola (WA)
We all run into things from time to time that bring up fears, no matter how hard we try to talk ourselves out of them. At times, we may react to our fear in ways that are hurtful to others; we may discover that other people are reacting in fear in ways that are hurtful to us or to people we care about. How do we deal with that? What role does forgiveness have in all of this?
October 12th Covenanting Sunday ~~ Rev. Eva Cameron, and our many different ministers, John Miller (WA)
The Ministry Council is pleased to bring you this service which explores the boundaries that we cherish, our covenant with each other—and the covenants our ministers keep with our community. We have many different kinds of ministers among us: Parish, Community, Student, Lay as well as a long standing, historic view of our faith tradition which calls for the “Prophethood and Priesthood of all believers”. Join us in re-covenanting together.
October 19th Seeing Ourselves Truly ~~ Rev. Eva Cameron preaching with John Miller
John and Eva are excited to bring another dialogue sermon to you. We will share stories and explore the ways we have of starting to see more clearly the privileges that come to us by virtue of our birth, race and status in life.
October 26th On Being Lost ~~ Rev. Eva Cameron, Krista Saylor (WA)
Part of the wonder and terror of heading off into the unknown is being LOST. Sometimes magical things happen, and we learn new things, meet new people, discover things about ourselves or others. Sometimes we find ourselves confused, upset, angry, disoriented, and wishing we had stayed home! A good part of Crossing Boundaries means accepting the risk of being lost.
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10:15-11:00 Children's RE
11:30- 12:15 Adult Forum & Children's Alternatve Activities
10:00-12:15 Nursery open for children 5 and under