November 19: And How Are the Children?
The Rev. Meghann Robern and Service Coordinator Roger York
Among the most accomplished and fabled tribes of Africa, no tribe was considered to have warriors more fearsome or more intelligent than the mighty Masai. It is perhaps surprising, then, to learn the traditional greeting that passed between Masai warriors: "Kasserian Ingera," one would always say to another. It means, "And how are the children?"
This service will also include our fall Child Dedication ritual.