This Sunday, May 22, please join us in worship for a service titled “The Gift of a Postscript,” delivered by Tom Moffit. The service will highlight the world premier of a choral piece entitled “The Fifth Principle” with the composer, David Wolfson, in attendance.
Come celebrate the affirming, uniquely Unitarian Universalist ritual of Flower Communion. Developed by Czech Unitarian minister Norbert Capek who died a martyr at Dachau, the ritual celebrates the unity within our diversity and the intrinsic beauty of each and every soul. Please remember to bring a flower with you to service – preferably a flower you really love – to place in the communal vase in front of the sanctuary.
This service will be followed by the UUFCM Annual Meeting – please plan to attend!
Julia Ward Howe tirelessly pushed for a holiday that promoted peace for the nation. She thought it had the best chance of catching on if she connected it to a celebration of mothers. Dawn will explore the meaning and relevance of Howe’s efforts within our current turbulent context and address the question of where and how do we define and find peace in the midst of the rough seas of today’s world.
“This is the work of congregational life – to create and provide a real time and place in this world that opens our awareness of the world as it might be. It awakens us to the transformation already taking place within us and around us and strengthens our patience and determination to bring that transformation to fruition in the larger world.” ~ Karen Hering
Services are led by
Rev. Andrew Frantz unless otherwise indicated.
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