Brokenness: The Birthplace for Peace

In this season where songs hoping for peace on earth ring through the air, their refrain is accompanied by skeptical questions and doubts about if peace is really possible.  After several failed attempts at even creating a symbol of peace, the Rev. Ellis Arnold had a revelation: brokenness is the place that peace begins. It is only when we see our own brokenness and our own stumbling blocks that we can ever start finding a way to peace.

Service Leader: Karen Esterl

Everyone is welcome at our Sunday morning gathering. We meet at The Lingonberry, 218 West Water Street, with our service at 10:00 followed by our social time at 11:00. Childcare is available during the service.

Share-the-Plate – Our plate recipient for November-December is The National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms. To donate to the recipient, simply designate so on your check or offering envelope. Loose cash or undesignated envelopes in the offering plate go to Decorah UU.