Inspired by Robin Wall Kimmerer’s Braiding Sweetgrass and the Haudenosaunee “Thanksgiving Address,” this service will explore the possibilities for an honorable harvest rooted in gratitude and reciprocity. We’ll share in a Breads of the World Communion to give expression to our gratitude. All are invited (but not required) to bring a bread from their own family culture. That could mean an old family recipe, the Wonder bread you ate as a child, or a special gluten-free loaf. If you bring bread, please arrive a few minutes early to help label and prepare it for the communion.
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