SUNDAY, May 5, 2019 at 11:00 am
Of Immigrants and Hummingbirds
Surveys show that the percent of Americans who view immigration as a good thing has hit an 18 year high with substantial majorities across the political spectrum. Yet the dominant narrative in our political discourse toward immigration is overwhelmingly negative due in part to distorted moral narratives at the center of the story of who we are as a nation. The way towards a compassionate and effective response to human suffering at the border will come with a bold re-articulation of values shaping our place in history.
Service Leader: Mary Teslow
Greeters: Sandi Erickson & Volunteer
Musician: Elizabeth Gordon, Choir: Carla Woodmansee
Media: Gene Brown, Flowers: Volunteer
Hosts: Everyone for Potluck!
Everyone brings a dish to share
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