March 20: ‘Emotional Intelligence and the Church’

‘Emotional Intelligence and the Church’
Sunday, March 20, 10:30 a.m., Sanctuary
In a sequel to the February 21 sermon “Spirituality and Emotions,” David explores how individual and group self-awareness, impulse control, persistence, passion, self-motivation, and empathy can help make Central Unitarian Church a healthier and more whole congregation. Drawing from the Daniel Golman’s groundbreaking 1995 book Emotional Intelligence, Rev Horst applies emotional intelligence theory to congregational life in his sermon “Emotional Intelligence and the Church.” This sermon presentation is sponsored by Maria Nieves, Church Member, with her winning bid at last year’s Spring Fling all-congregation fundraiser. David Horst, Minister; Matt Anderson; Director of Music Robin Slaw, Director of Lifespan Faith Development; and John Freund, Worship Associate, lead the service. The House Band performs Matt’s new song, “What Are We Called to Do?” Children and teachers join us for the beginning of the service then depart for Sunday School. Childcare for infants and toddlers provided until 1:30. Coffee and refreshments follow the service.