Sunday worship at 10:00am in the Sanctuary

Services are live streamed on the CHANNING YOU TUBE CHANNEL and available for viewing afterwards.

 

Sunday, February 4: Giving

Presented by Margaret Polski

Giving can be defined as giving from the heart without any expectation of something in return. But giving is an art that encompasses and uses all parts of ourselves including our head, our heart and hands to make a positive difference in our world. What are the ways we give to each other in our congregation and what does giving mean to us?


Sunday, February 11: Power and Rightness of Self Love

Rev. Bill Zelazny  

When people talk about Valentine’s Day our minds go to the love between people.  But the love celebrated on Valentine’s Day can also be the love of oneself.  American author, Parker Palmer, has said “Self-care (and self-love) is never a selfish act. . . Anytime we can listen to our true self and give it the care it requires, we do so not only for ourselves, but for the many others whose lives we touch.”  On this Sunday before Valentine’s Day Bill will help us explore the idea of the power of self-love.  

The 2nd Sunday of the month we collect nonperishable foods for local pantries. 


Sunday, February 18: Love and Music

Jan Navarro, Bill Zelazny  & Guests

Music and love have always shared a powerful connection.  Music can illustrate emotions and connect us with past, present and future like few other   things.  Composers, throughout the ages, have used music to express feelings of love, sorrow, joy and distress.  This Sunday we will explore the dimensions of love through music and poetry.  


Sunday, February 25: Cancel Culture:  A Useful or a Toxic Tool?

Rev. Bill Zelazny  

The term “cancel culture” is thrown around by politicians and influencers. Initially used within Black culture it soon spread to the general society.  But what is cancel culture?  Is it a negative, personal attack used to destroy a person, business or institution, or it is a tool in democracy to hold people and institutions accountable?  This service will look at this cultural phenomenon to help us understand its origin, use and impact.