Worship services happen weekly at 10:15 am. Visitors are always welcome! Coffee Hour follows the service in Baker Hall. Check out this month’s service topics below.
The Arc of the Moral Universe Needs Us
Rev Anthony Makar
Russia and Ukraine are at war. War is a reality in Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Iraq, Yemen, Syria, Somalia, Libya, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and dozens of other places. Now we must add renewed warfare between Israel and Palestine. How shall we understand this? Let’s take a closer look at the material and spiritual causes of war.
Our service will revolve around the children’s picture book entitled, “Stellaluna.” Come learn some inspiring lessons about coming to claim one’s authentic identity and the power of love to appreciate differences.
Cyrano de Bergerac, Don Quixote, and Your Authentic Self
Your authentic self is who you really are deep down, the part of you that doesn’t care what others think. Scott Leonard will examine the challenges and rewards of being your authentic self through the lens two iconic literary characters, de Bergerac and Quixote, and how their struggles relate to how we each live our lives today.
What Does It Really Mean to Love Yourself?
Good or bad. Better or worse. Worthy or unworthy. You and I were born into a social world that ruthlessly sorts us according to whichever identities are ours, based on a value agenda that is all its own. But how do we recover from this? How can we learn to love ourselves unconditionally?
West Shore Choir
The music program is enhanced by the choirs of West Shore. At the heart of the choral program is the West Shore Choir. The choir has been widely known throughout the Cleveland area as a choir of extreme excellence.
The Junior Choir welcomes those from kindergarten into high school. Our wide age range helps to create a family atmosphere for choir members. The only requirement of membership is to care about each other.
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