Aug 20, 2017
10:30 am - 11:30 am
First Parish in Lexington
Our world is complicated and many of us feel threatened by the erosion of the values we embrace. Clarity comes by exploring the relationship, the connection between these opposing ideas. Clarity gives us the foundation from which we can move ourselves, our community, and our culture forward in a positive direction.
Please join First Parishioner, Joe Foster, for worship this Sunday when he will guide us on how we reconcile our division between liberal and conservative values, both in our own internal lives and our interactions with others.
Joseph Foster, Worship Leader
Joe Foster has had a long career working for the military as both a rocket scientist and counter-terrorism expert. In parallel with his professional life, he’s been the president of the Unity Church of Gulf Breeze, an organizer of both Lutheran Youth Groups and Divorce Care Groups and is one of the founders of Minuteman Indivisible, a local nonpartisan political activism organization. Joe, along with his wife, Elaine, (an internationally recognized clinical psychologist) are the authors of the best selling book, In Movement There is Peace, chronicling their 500-mile backpacking trip across northern Spain on the ancient pilgrimage trail, Camino de Santiago. They are currently publishing their next book, I Wish I Knew This Before My Divorce!, a self-care guide using mindfulness practices and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to help end the suffering surrounding the breakup of a relationship.
Guest musician will be Yukiko Sekino.