What do you want to get rid of from the year 2019? Turning towards the new year and letting go of the old, we will feature a ritual of releasing the things which no longer serve us through fire. This service is multigenerational, so children of all ages are invited to participate (safely!).
Join us for a special service of music and stories for Christmas. We will celebrate the birth of Jesus with solemn joy, singing traditional carols and lighting candles.
By Norma J. Bailey
Artists and scientists alike wonder at the beauty and mystery of the natural world. This sense of awe is at the heart of what some would call the religious experience. Where do we experience awe and wonder, and how can we cultivate this in our lives? Poets, physicists, and other seekers are welcome.
Sermon by Brigitte Bechtold; service led by Laura McBride
The second principle of Unitarian Universalism calls for compassion in human relations. How does the virtue of compassion relate to empathy and forgiveness? Is there a decline in compassion today and can we learn to become more compassionate in a time of increasing human and environmental crises?
In a spiritual community such as this one, there are times that each of us needs to lean on someone else for support…and times when we are doing the supporting. What does a healthy balance of giving and receiving look like? How can we be encouraged to ask for what we need more honestly, and to give to others more freely?
In this multi-generational service, everyone will be invited to express what they’re grateful for. We will also create a cornucopia of blessings, offering good wishes to one another and to the wider community.
Services are lead by our minister Andrew Frantz unless otherwise indicated.
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