#SundaySermon 10/31/21 “The Bright Light at the End of Chaos”

Guest Minister Rev. Rich L. Tafel

If you missed our Sunday service with Guest Minister, Rev. Rich L. Tafel of the D.C. Church of the Holy City, you can click the video above to watch/listen to the YouTube presentation. Click https://youtu.be/x4TOkqucm_A &t=13m57s to take you directly to the sermon, followed by a discussion.

#FridayFeeling: Getting Directions

The most common question people ask me lately is, “Where is all of this chaos headed?” While I can’t predict the future, our spiritual tradition does give us some unique insights into making sense of the current state of chaos and the possibility of what might be coming next.

Sunday, (10/31/21) I’ll talk about one of our tradition‘s unique teachings concerning spiritual evolution. I hope what I share offers some peace of mind as we all navigate increasingly chaotic times.

~Rev. Rich L. Tafel

This Sunday, October 31, 2021, Guest Minister, Rev. Rich L. Tafel will lead our zoom worship service at 11 am. Zoom link will be emailed to church members and their contacts.

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#WeekendPlans: 10/31 “The Bright Light at the End of Chaos,” w/ Rev. @RichTafel

Please join us virtually, this Sunday, October 31, 2021, for our 11:00 am, Worship Service with Guest Minister, Rev. Rich Tafel. The sermon title is, “The Bright Light at the End of Chaos.” Zoom links will be emailed to church members and their contacts.

“Reverend Richard L. Tafel serves as the minister at Church of the Holy City. With an undergraduate degree in Philosophy and a graduate degree in Theology from Harvard University, Tafel is ordained; his first job was as Assistant Minister of Harvard University’s Memorial Church.

Realizing that social change agents too often lacked the strategy and funding to have large impact, he began working in the policy arena first as the Director of Adolescent Health at the MA Dept. of Public Health. Tafel then went on to launch the Log Cabin Republicans in an effort to bridge the gap between the conservative and gay community in America. He was one of America’s earliest political activists campaigning for gay marriage. In 1999, he wrote Party Crasher (published by Simon & Schuster) offering a new inclusive vision for American politics.

With his knowledge of politics and vision for social change, he launched his first company that helped nonprofits engage in public policy. He worked domestically with College Summit on access for low-income students to college. In addition, he created the global strategy for AIDS Responsibility Project that helped facilitate the delivery of AIDS drugs to Africa. In addition, they worked with Brazil, Mexico and Jamaica on ending HIV/AIDS discrimination.

His proudest achievements are taking a lead in the 1980’s as a leader in the battle against AIDS, LGBT rights, and the effort to support African countries suffering through the AIDS epidemic. Tafel has spent the last four years leading conclaves to address the growing hyper-partisanship in our culture. He is a frequent commentator on politics on TV.”

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