Month: November 2019

Awe: That Ache in the Heart

Our expression “awe” is rooted in the Greek word
áchos which also gives us the word ache. That
vastness we experience in awe opens an ache in the
heart, and by doing so, expands it.

from the Dictionary

Awe opens that beautiful ache in the heart. … read more.

Univoice Weekly

This Sunday: Worship Service:
Hush, Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees.
It is increasingly difficult to find silence in our world, to discover places where we can be in solitude away from the noisiness, busyness, and distractions of life. This morning we’ll explore the need and longing our spirits have for moments of hushing. The service will include recognition of Transgender Day of Remembrance. And we’ll take our once-a-month special collection, this month to benefit Safe Berks, formerly Berks Women in Crisis

Annual Holiday Gift Tree

Our church community will again be participating in the Berks Connections Pretrial Services (BCPS) holiday gift tree. The gifts will go to families with a parent that is in the Berks County Prison. The gifts are given to the families at a holiday party.

Kent and … read more.

Univoice Weekly

Worship Service:
Turbulence Is Coming, John Pavlovitz,, Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees.

Individually and as a nation we are experiencing a shaking. We now have the opportunity to be peace givers and not fear bringers, and to learn, as did the followers of Jesus, how to endure the turbulence and how, at times, to become the turbulence and how, at times, to become the turbulence. How can we leverage our lives to bring peace to those who are shaking.

Weekly Univoice

Worship Service: Dia de Los Muertos Celebration, Cesar Martinez-Garza, Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. Join us for an all-ages celebration of Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) with authentic Mexican decorations and painted skulls for the altar, a reflection by Cesar Martinez-Garza, story, song, including a choral anthem, and a participatory ritual in which we light candles for our beloveds who have died.