Cloaked in a Thousand Ways
In-person service in Webster Hall at 10:00 a.m. with live stream
Rev. Zackrie Vinczen
Nancy Philip, Worship Associate
The Sufi teacher and poet Hafiz once wrote “cloak yourself in a thousand ways, still shall I know you, Beloved.” This line, a description of Hafiz’s intimate relationship with God, speaks to an ability to unmask illusions and get at the truth of what is. In this service we will explore this theme and consider how to find the truth even if it is cloaked in a thousand ways.