On Father’s Day, people often experience a wide range of emotions, including gratitude, regret, joy and pain. One aspect of the complex relationships people have with fatherhood involves the different ways in which people express love. In his book Five Love Languages, Gary Chapman identifies five specific languages of love: “quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service and physical touch.” How do we develop and appreciate abilities to speak different languages of love?
We celebrate this past year’s achievements, children and teachers. Join us for this lively intergenerational service where we affirm our commitment to the youngest members of our community. The Worship Service will be immediately followed by a potluck BBQ and CSD Carnival.
Spring is often a time of transition. The season is filled with weddings, graduations, life changes and the promise of new adventures. This Sunday, we celebrate the baby dedication of Soleil Sanders and Intern Minister Connie Simon’s last Sunday in the USG pulpit.