Being in Covenant: What Does It Even Mean?

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Each week we say the words of our covenant.  Those words reflect our mutual promises to each other and to something much bigger than ourselves.  Too often, they can become a way to monitor behavior.  It’s common to hear someone say, “so and so broke covenant.”  But have you ever heard someone say, “look how beautifully they uphold our covenant.”  This behavioral view leaves out so many aspects of covenant.  Things like our commitments to Spirit, Justice, Love, Earth, or ancestors to name just a few.  It’s important to remember that covenant is a practice and not a product.  By actively practicing covenant, we will create the world we dream for everyone.

This is an All Ages Service. There will be a Time For All ages and children and youth will not go to Religious Education class.