Make A Joyful Noise

Service by Ruth Debrot | In-person only

Improvisation is fundamental to creating something new. Creating can be a messy business because it requires a certain amount of risk-taking which some people find daunting. I have found that the ability to “riff” using what is familiar and assimilate bits of the unfamiliar when confronting new situations can generate growth in our lives. When approached freely, in a spirit of community, improvisation can foster a sense of joy, wonder, spirituality, and self-awareness.

Summer services are produced by the Religious Services Committee. Service begins at 10 am, this is one of two services that are in-person only.