We are called these days to be vigilant about our personal space: we are careful of the air we breathe; we monitor the things we touch, and whom we let into our private circle. In this way, we are boundary-keepers. This is always true, literally and metaphorically, but it’s true in a new way today. How can we keep good boundaries while being loving, compassionate, and welcoming?
Led by Laura McBride; sermon by Brigitte Bechtold
We will gather online via Zoom this Sunday, May 17 to worship together with our minister Drew Frantz, who will present our annual “Flower Service.” The Zoom call starts at 10:00 for social time, and the service starts at 10:30.
The Flower Service is a special tradition of Unitarian Universalism, with roots in the Czech Republic during World War II. This year instead of sharing actual flowers, congregants are invited to share photos of flowers and a brief response to the question, “Where do you find beauty?” These will be sent to the minister ahead of time and shared during the service.
Zoom Invitation for Sunday, May 17
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Meeting ID: 402489218
At the end of the Worship Service, we will convene the Annual Meeting. All are welcome.
Led by Sally Daab Armstrong
In this time of a global pandemic, our world is rapidly changing. How will we cross the threshold between all that we have known into a future full of mystery and uncertainty? Join us as we ponder this question.
Beltane is the Gaelic May Day festival, celebrated by modern day Pagans around the first of May, or halfway between the spring equinox and the summer solstice. How do you mark the changing of the seasons and the coming of warmer weather? What does that look and feel like this year, with so much of our normal routine disrupted? Let’s celebrate and share together.
Services are led by
Rev. Andrew Frantz unless otherwise indicated.
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