We humans are meaning-making, pattern-seeking creatures. When we turn our attention to a text to discern its meaning and how it applies to our own life, we call that “exegesis.” This Sunday, join Rev. Jen Raffensperger, member of UUCC and minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York, to examine two texts — one ancient and one modern — in relationship with one another and what they can tell us about the human need to search for answers, whether in the stars above or the ground below our feet, or anywhere in-between.
Some notes for this Sunday
— Before and after service we will host card making in Sanctuary B for the UU Church of Plano, TX who experienced a a firebomb attack last Sunday, July 23. Learn more in their Facebook post. 💌
— During the service we will offer our well-wishes for our UUCC youth who will be heading to West Virginia for their service trip this Sunday. 👋
— If you haven’t, bring your contribution for UUCC’s Tree of Life Mosaic with you to service! Learn more here. 🌳
— Bring your clean #2 and #5 plastics with you this Sunday as well. Climate Team members collect and deliver them to the Upcycled plastic collection bin at Freetown Farm. ♻️
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