Among Unitarian Universalism’s six sources is a reference to teachings that “warn us against idolatries of the mind and spirit.” What might this mean? Perhaps Richard Rohr’s A Lever and A Place To Stand, which makes use of Archimedes’ lever principle in its call for integrated action and contemplation, is an example of such a teaching. Let’s consider how the teachings of this Franciscan priest might be a guide and warning to us and our congregation.
This Sunday we will have a multi-platform service. You can attend in-person the Saltwater Church Worship Watch Party, OR you can also attend via Tahoma’s UU Church’s Zoom option.
Tahoma UU Church Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84755311106?pwd=bmpQblllOVNoUjdpUm5oVHk5cWx2dz09
ID: 847 5531 1106, Password: 253
You can also listen on your phone by dialing 253-215-8782 with Webinar ID: 847 5531 1106 and Password 253 to hear the worship service.
The Tahoma UU Church Zoom Room opens at 10:15 a.m., and you’ll be greeted in their online chat by their Sunday Chat Chaplain.
Join us in the Saltwater sanctuary where the zoom service will be shared on the big screen. Our doors open at 10:15 am. Connect with others, sing along together to the hymns, and experience the view of nature out the sanctuary windows. At this time, worship leaders will continue to lead on zoom in the gradual process of reopening. Over time, we will move towards a full hybrid worship option.
- The sanctuary will be open to a maximum of 40 people (3ft social distancing) and overflow in the welcome room. There is no need to register in advance.
- Those attending will be required to wear masks. Family groups can sit together and will be asked to distance from others.
- We encourage people to connect after service outdoors when the weather is good.
People of all ages are welcome. We hope to see you in person for worship one Sunday soon!
You can access the full covid safety guidelines here: https://saltwaterchurch.org/calendar/covid19-info/