Getting Passed Over

As our Jewish neighbors end the observance of Passover and the re-telling of the Exodus story in which their ancestors were spared from the 10th plague in Egypt, we’ll examine how being overlooked can be a blessing at certain moments in our lives. We’ll also talk about how and why we sometimes overlook others and reaffirm our call to honor the presence and value of every person. Our services on April 28 will include a Share the Plate Offering to support the work of the National Alliance on Mental Illness