Not All Who Wonder Are Lost

Wonder can mean surprise and awe. It can also mean doubt. As UUs we tend to take a skeptical view of miraculous events. Many of us have doubts. We wonder about the evidence for such things, we wonder how other people can believe in such things. How can we maintain a sense of wonder as we wonder?

We will share our offering today with Compassion for Campers, our ministry to the unhoused of McHenry County.

  • Speaker: Rev. Jenn Gracen
  • Worship Leader: Carol Alfus
  • Chalice Lighter: Irene Raven
  • Music: Ken Johnson

After the service, we will offer social time online and in person. 12:15-1:15 we will offer a session on Worship & Liturgical Year in the sanctuary and online.

Did you miss this service? You can watch it here.

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One Response to “Not All Who Wonder Are Lost

  1. Skeptics are positive, open-minded, challenge the negative factors, and can change their minds; cynics are negative, close-minded, obsessed with negatives, and “stuck. It’s a lot easier to be a cynic; it takes work and critical thinking to be a good skeptic (thus the phrase, “healthy skepticism.”) I read this and agree…

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