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November 14 -We Are Good Enough for God

9:15  We Are Good Enough For God! Rev. Erika Demeter

In Acts, 10:1-2, 9-15, 34 of the Bible, Peter has a vision where he refuses to eat the food offered to him by God, believing it to be unclean. This symbolizes Peter’s prejudice against human beings different from himself. This morning we will reflect on the concept of prejudice, a human attitude that still exists in so many of our communities.  Like Peter’s vision, the message of today’s sermon is that only God has the right to judge us, and He/She always says, “We Are Good Enough for God!”

The Rev. Erika Demeter is minister in Erdőszentgyörgy, Transylvania, Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church’s partner church. Together with her husband, Rev. Levente Lázár, they serve five congregations.  While spending the 2010-2011 academic year in Berkeley where her husband is Balázs Scholar at Starr King School, she is studying pastoral counseling at the Graduate Theological Union. She hopes to continue her counseling studies upon returning to Transylvania.

11:30  Youth Service.  Join members of the Young Religious Unitarian Universalists as they present a conversation about what they believe.

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