Everyone suffers from disconnects between their intentions and the impact of their actions. Rev. Barnaby looked at the hazards of generosity and how to avoid them. Special music from Shannon LaRose on banjo. Followed by congregational conversation on classism. We collected for DRUUMM.
Stream the service from YouTube below or at https://youtu.be/AvaXgV7pm2I or attend via Zoom at zoom.us/my/cvuusservice.
Order of Service
Preservice slideshow Ronnie Romano on piano with winter images
Bell: Recognition of Abenaki Land Julia Chant
Prelude: Shannon LaRose on banjo
Welcome & Pathways to Connection: Jason Duquette-Hoffman, Worship Associate
Call to Worship & Chalice Lighting: Jason Duquette-Hoffman
Honoring Children in Song: Let Us Open our Eyes, Poppy Rees, Dir. of Religious Exploration
Time for All Ages: Jason Duquette-Hoffman — Kindness Boomerang — One Day — by LifeVest Inside
Milestones & Passages: Rev. Barnaby. Future ones can be shared at https://cvuus.breezechms.com/form/YellowCard
Reading: Jason Duquette-Hoffman
Sermon: A Generous Helping Rev. Barnaby
Music: Ronnie Romano
Benediction: Rev. Barnaby
Postlude: Snowdrops Shannon LaRose on banjo
Thanks to our “Stream Team” Margy Young and Richard Hopkins, Shannon LaRose for special music, Jordan Young for leading zoom coffee hour and Mike Greenwood for guiding our congregational conversation on classism during it.
Thank you for joining us for worship!
Congregational Conversation on Classism
Join us for a Congregational Conversation on Classism following worship! Login at zoom.us/my/cvuusservice/ and ask to be put into the Congregational Conversation breakout room. We will continue our inquiry on social classes. Mike Greenwood will guide us in reviewing our prior work and discussing what we want to do going forward. See this for background: Congregation Conversation. And these useful links about classism:
- Class Action (building bridges across the class divide)
- UU Class Conversations
- UUA on Escalating Inequality
- Washington Post Opinion piece
- Worship Service with Chuck Collins, author of Born on Third Base (Jan 29, 2017)