“Reaching the Pinnacle: Respect,” March 21, 2021
The congregational theme for March is Respect. Rev. Kirk Loadman-Copeland returns with a sermon entitled “Reaching the Pinnacle: Respect.” The pinnacle of human relations is reached through respect, as characterized via our 7th principle. Without it, things fall apart. With it, so much is possible, yet it seems absent from so much of contemporary life. Join us as we explore this important topic.
Rev. Kirk Loadman-Copeland is a retired Unitarian Universalist minister. Over a ministry of more than 25-years he served two congregations full-time, while working with four small congregations in a consulting role. He was also active in a variety of roles over the years to strengthen Unitarian Universalist organizations. He continues to publish Touchstones, a theme-based ministry program. Rev. Kirk is married with two children.
Lovely music will be provided by Tom Devine and Mo Robinson. And don’t forget to sign in a little earlier to hear beautiful Gathering Music.
For the Order of Service, click here. Please join us at 11:00 am Pacific, 2pm Eastern. Gathering and music begin at 10:55 am.
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