Now What Do I Say?

Theme: 
Expectation
Sunday, September 15, 2019 - 10:00am
Rev. Kikanza Nuri-Robins
Pulpit Host: 
Natalie Kahn
One service at 10:00 a.m.  (note:  fall return to two services has been postponed; new date for resumption of fall schedule is TBD) 
 
The power of personal narrative is that it provides opportunities to bond and create community. Working in community with a diverse group of people means that all present will be in a richer, more fertile environment. How do we do that? Storytelling is a powerful tool for creating empathy, facilitating healing, and inspiring action.  Sometimes before we tell our stories we have to remove foot from mouth, back track, rewind, apologize, or simply take our chins off the floor.  This morning we will start a conversation about how to do that with some grace.
 
 The Rev. Kikanza Nuri Robins is a trans-traditional spiritual leader who works with groups from many faith traditions. She is an author, a consultant to mission driven organizations, and a member of our beloved community.
 
 Dozens of our members are at de Benneville Pines weekend – and holding a service this morning at our mountain camp.