November is often a time of abundance. The final harvests come in; even in the city we can see the bounty in the grocery store and farmers’ markets. While the natural world starts to fade away to prepare for the coming winter, holiday festivities begin.
We are surrounded by abundance, yet we know that it’s more complex. There’s an abundance of injustice, as well: some people have access to food and services, while others go without. We live in a time of abundance and excess—of both joys and problems, collectively and individually. In worship in November, we’ll explore abundance in our ecological crisis, abundance and excess in everyday life, how less can be more, and what abundance might look like theologically. Come and join us!