What Does It Mean To Be A People of Play?

“We all are playing.  Playing it up, playing it down, trying to play fair.  Playing for keeps, playing favorites, playing it safe, sometimes too safe. He plays hardball; They’re playing house; I’m playing it by ear, or at least learning to play it by ear.  She’s tired of playing second fiddle; He’s playing right into their hands. Please God, can’t we all just throw out the playbook and start again?  Sometimes we’re just played out; it’s not always bad to play possum.” (Rev. Scott Taylor)

Welcome to the month of play. May we all take it seriously!  Susan Kaphammer offers messages drawn from resources in the Soul Matters series… and invites you to play!

This service will be held in person at our new address; masks will be provided.