Join us every Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
In the Service:
October 20, “Whose Are You?” Leah Purcell
We all know that belonging is not just about place, but people as well. Quaker teacher, Douglas Steer gets at this beautifully: “The ancient question, ‘Who am I?’ inevitably leads to a deeper one: ‘Whose am I?’ – because there is no identity outside of relationship. You cannot be a person by yourself. To ask “Whose am I” is to extend the question and wonder…”
This service for all ages is much like our regular services but more interactive, and with a shorter sermon. Childcare for children ages 7 and under will be available after the story in the service.
Music: Musician- Ann Brandon, organ
In Religious Exploration for Children and Youth:
This Sunday for the faith development of our children and youth
The nursery/toddler room opens at 9:45.
Our services are held every Sunday morning at 405 Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12206, and feature a dynamic service with musical offerings, a brief sermon to enrich your life, and educational services for kids.
As we come together on Sundays to renew our spirits, we join with others who can affirm our beliefs, celebrating the unique qualities that set us apart, and bind us together.
We welcome you to join with us, learn more about us, and grow with us!
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