When kids dress up for Halloween as princesses or superheroes, they are representing their desire to be powerful. More adults dress up for Halloween these days and our costumes, too, are also often aspirational. This is a sermon about the benefits and pitfalls of faking it until you make it.
Greeters: Tom Seluga, Kathy Santo
Flowers: Loretta Choquet, Diane Sorowitz
Worship Guild: Marge Becker
Board Welcome: Stan Hellman
Music: Dr. Carolyn Clark & Choir
Hospitality: Lillian & Maureen Curran
312 Fillmore Street at Clinton Ave, one block east of Snug Harbor
All are welcome. Nursery/Toddler care available.
Religious Exploration Classes available for school-age children.