Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Fellowship Hall

Early humans gazed at the night sky in wonder, poets and philosophers have waxed eloquent about starry nights, and scientists study the stars and their origins. The stars are our ancestors, and their mystery is profound. Rev. Lisa will tell the story of our shared cosmic journey, and then we'll share a stardust communion. Dr. Federle plays, and as always childcare is available free for kids up to age 5. (Older kids are welcome to join our cosmic quest!)

 

Summary

Early humans gazed at the night sky in wonder, poets and philosophers have waxed eloquent about starry nights, and scientists study the stars and their origins. The stars are our ancestors, and their mystery is profound. Rev. Lisa will tell the story of our shared cosmic journey, and then we'll share a stardust communion. Dr. Federle plays, and as always childcare is available free for kids up to age 5. (Older kids are welcome to join our cosmic quest!)