Reading Camus In The Time of COVID

Virtual Worship, March 28, 2021: “Reading Camus in the Time of COVID.” In his classic, The Plague, published in 1947, Albert Camus laments: “How hard it must be to live only with what one knows and what one remembers, cut off from what one hopes for.” As we mark one year since we entered the COVID experience, we’ll explore what our pandemic tales teach us, what we’ve learned from being unexpectedly “alone, together,” and what we might now hope for and how our priorities may shift, as we enter a new phase of healing and re-entry. Our service will include a sermon, poems and songs of love grief and comfort.Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker, preaching, with Worship Associate Pia Dreissen-Knittle. Music from Roomie Wood, Stephanie Galloway, Gabe Hernandez, and recorded selections.
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Come to the Post-Service Gatherings on Zoom at 11 am to connect, share joys and sorrows, and reflect on the service. The Zoom link can be found in our e-news on the Beacon website.
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