Click here for video (YouTube). Celebrant, Kate Allen When events of today swirl around us like a rising tide of doom, we may wish for superheroes to come and save the day. But sometimes superheroes need a helping hand. Join Lyra Halsten on July 14, 2019 to learn how we can become Everyday Avengers and save the day ourselves. Children and adults are encouraged to wear their favorite super- or everyday hero and heroine costumes. (Fire fighters, teachers, and medical professionals count!) Or come as yourself, because you're a hero to someone too!
Watch the Video (YouTube link) Lyra explores personal experiences of looking and feeling "ethnically ambiguous" in this racially charged time where Black Lives Matter meets White Privilege; when people claim to be post-racial, but call the police when people of color (POC) are simply trying to have cookouts, earn money, and wait for colleagues in coffee shops. In a world where personal gender choice has become more accepted, why do ethnically ambiguous people still have to choose "what" they are?
Watch the Video of the Sermon (YouTube link)
Challenged by uncertainty, loss, and major depression, long-time member Lyra Halsten uses movie references and music to illustrate her story of what resilience looks like as she searches for a way out of no way.