“Stuck Together With God’s Glue.”  Our Unitarian Universalist principles affirm and promote “respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.” To me, this principle is foundational to our liberal faith perspective.  Along my spiritual journey, I have come to believe that we are deeply connected to every person and living thing, even if we don’t always realize it.  How might envisioning God as the glue that binds all existence together be a way to encounter the sacred more fully in our daily lives?  How might such an idea help us make sense of the brokenness and unity of our experience and hold us together when we fall apart?  Service Leader:  Bruce Beisner, Student Minister.  POTLUCK to follow service.