The hills and meadows are alive,
vibrant with colors rivaling
autumn’s robust, saturated display,
summer’s verdant lushness.
Promising buds and blossoms bloom in subtle shades of
yellow violet pink
terra cotta coral magenta
as if a pointillist had adorned each limb and stem and blade.
The air is alive with The lake is laden with
darting swallows, flashing fish,
flitting May flies, dipping ducks,
gliding herons, garrulous geese,
clouds sailing briskly sun sparking briefly
past the sun. atop each wave.
Spring honors nature’s promise. Earth embodies itself.
“Whoever you are, you are human. Wherever you are, you live in the world, which is just waiting for you to notice the holiness in it…Earth is so thick with divine possibility that it is a wonder we can walk anywhere without cracking our shins on altars.” – Barbara Brown Taylor
Religious Education Calendar – May
5/7 & 5/14 – Primary/Elementary – “Love Will Guide Us” and Intermediate – “Spirit of Adventure”: Both groups will review the year, remember favorite sessions, do some favorite activities and games, and choose presentations for the upcoming RE Sunday.
5/21 – Children and Youth Sunday: This multigenerational worship service is presented by our children and youth and their teachers and advisors. Come honor them all. We will have a Bridging Ceremony for our graduating Senior High Youth.
5/28 – Memorial Day weekend: game day for all