Sunday Morning Service ~ Framing Religion for the Future
9:30am & 11:15am
“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.”
- Pres. John Kennedy
This adage works well for us as individuals, but what of our religious beliefs, systems and education? A riddle from the Talmud: 'The duck walks with her head down, but her eyes are forward.' We will explore current trends in religion and make some future projections and plans for ourselves and our community.
Dr. Henry Shreibman
Asst. Professor of Religion and Philosophy
Led By: Rabbi Henry Shreibman -
Rabbi Henry Shreibman is a consummate educator with more than 25 years of experience in both Jewish and general schools. Over the last seven years he has taught comparative religion, history, ethics and philosophy at Dominican University, Sonoma State University and University of California at Davis. He currently is associate professor of religion and philosophy at Dominican, where he also serves as director for academic advancement for the . . . Read More
Celebration Leader: Carolyn Gauthier
Carolyn Gauthier came out of the womb singing! Her father was a professor of music and choir director at the family’s church. Her mother played piano and sang at home as well as in the sanctuary. From the time Carolyn could see over the pews she was singing in the children’s choir.
As an adult Carolyn sang with the nationally renowned gospel choir The Lighthouse Singers of Marin for 20 years, had her own band Full Circle for 30 years and plays . . . Read More
Musical Guest: Unity In Marin Choir -
Cindy has studied music theory and piano. She was vocally trained by the late Johnny Land, and has sung with the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, the Glide Ensemble and a regularly featured soloist with the Metropolitan Community Worship and Praise Choir of San Francisco. She has led two choirs: The Amazing Graces Mira Vista United Methodist Church Choir and the River of Praise Choir of The MCC of the Redwood Empire, whom she has led in music . . . Read More