Rev. Mary Kay Totty's statement about refugees during the church service:
Leviticus 19: 33-34 states “Do not mistreat foreigners who reside in your land. The foreigner who lives among you must be treated like one of your own. Love them as you love yourself, for you too were a foreigner in the land of Egypt.”
In the gospels, we find Jesus reaching out to the Samaritan woman, healing a Centurian’s child, and being persuaded to change his mind by a Syro-phoenecian woman.
Sunday worship is held at 11 a.m. at the church Sept. through May and at 10 a.m. during summer. Refreshments following church. Nursery provided.
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--"There is a welcoming fellowship and a continuing challenge to be engaged in social justice."--Harry K.
--"I love how Dumbarton continues to stand up for the rights of the marginalized, especially LGBT people"
--"I appreciate the incredible lay participation and leadership - it is unrivaled elsewhere, in my experience."--Jamie M.
--"Everyone at Dumbarton is honestly and uniquely who they are - there are no pretensions or facades to pretend to be someone we are not." Michelle D.
--"I like the time in the service when we prayerfully express our joys and concerns."--Joan C.