SUNDAY, January 6, 2019 at 11:00 am
A Pilgrimage Like No Other
As a boy, William Justice Bruehl spent twelve years in Catholic schools. At the age of seventeen he left those schools alienated and angry, wanting nothing more to do with religion. However, something within him kept urging him to explore the primal questions: Who Am I? Where Am I from? Why Am I here? What is the truth about the spiritual experience? After a lifetime of searching he found that the essence of the human spirit is within each of us together with the fact that true meaning, true transcendence can be found without fear of the supernatural, without magical thinking. Bruehl's story is a story for all seekers, for everyone questioning the old answers to the primal questions. It is a story of a quest that took him from anger to love. It is a story for all those who want to put an end to their fears about death.
(With congregational conversation to follow.)
Service Leader: Mary Teslow
Greeters: Laura Loveless & Tricia Piper
Musicians & Choir: Mike Holland, Media: Gene Brown,
Flowers: Volunteer, Hosts: Everyone / Pot Luck
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