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Becoming a Rad Dad – Rev. Christopher Wulff


2021-06-20 10:30 2021-06-20 11:30 America/Los_Angeles Becoming a Rad Dad – Rev. Christopher Wulff

Join the livestream of this worship service at 10:30 am on Sunday, June 20. “Just wait until your father gets home.” Conversations about what it means to be a good father (in the white communities to which I belong) often get hung up in traditional models of masculinity and family. What does it take to break free from those role expectation strictures? How can we support fathers taking on that role for the first time? What possibilities are there for all of us in being intentional about looking at expectations, and opening ourselves to the opportunities beyond those boxes? Order of Service Prelude: John Hansen Ringing of the Bell Call to Community: #354 We Laugh, We Cry Welcome and Invitation Opening Words Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation: Hymn: #409 Sleep My Child Time for All Ages Offering: White Center Food Bank Gift of Music: The Babbling Brook/A Stitch in Time, written and preformed by Chris McEwen, fiddle tune by Dale Ross Joys and Sorrows Time of Reflection Personal Reflection Anthem: #1019 Everything Possible Sermon: Becoming a Rad Dad – Rev. Christopher Wulff Sending Hymn: As You Go, by Kathleen Tracy Closing Words and Releasing the Flame Five-fold Amen Postlude: John Hansen

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Join the livestream of this worship service at 10:30 am on Sunday, June 20.

“Just wait until your father gets home.” Conversations about what it means to be a good father (in the white communities to which I belong) often get hung up in traditional models of masculinity and family. What does it take to break free from those role expectation strictures? How can we support fathers taking on that role for the first time? What possibilities are there for all of us in being intentional about looking at expectations, and opening ourselves to the opportunities beyond those boxes?

Order of Service

Prelude: John Hansen
Ringing of the Bell
Call to Community: #354 We Laugh, We Cry
Welcome and Invitation
Opening Words
Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation:
Hymn: #409 Sleep My Child
Time for All Ages
Offering: White Center Food Bank
Gift of Music: The Babbling Brook/A Stitch in Time, written and preformed by Chris McEwen, fiddle tune by Dale Ross
Joys and Sorrows
Time of Reflection
Personal Reflection
Anthem: #1019 Everything Possible
Sermon: Becoming a Rad Dad – Rev. Christopher Wulff
Sending Hymn: As You Go, by Kathleen Tracy
Closing Words and Releasing the Flame
Five-fold Amen
Postlude: John Hansen