This Sunday, June 26, we will join the UUA General Assembly worship service. The live-stream will begin at 12:30pm. You do not need to be registered for GA to stream the worship service. Join us virtually for the largest annual gathering of UUs joining in worship. There will be no in-person gathering at the Fellowship building.
Norma Bailey, worship leader; sermon by by Rev. Erik Walker Wikstrom
At this time of year, graduations are one way that we recognize blessings in our lives. Other blessings are present for each of us individually, and we have blessings to celebrate as a community. For example, any day of good health is a personal blessing; any good news on the COVID pandemic is a common blessing. Join us to celebrate blessings large and small, personal and communal.
Outdoors, Weather Permitting
The Flower Service is an annual tradition in Unitarian Universalism. Everyone is asked to bring a flower to share, if possible, and everyone goes home with a different flower.
This year we are doing this service outdoors—weather permitting—in the library parking lot facing the youth garden. Masks are optional. We will try our best to broadcast the service live via Zoom or another streaming service. In case of rain, the service will be moved indoors and masks will be required.
Experiencing beauty brings us into the present moment with a sense of belonging, safety, and peace. We need this in times of trauma and crisis. In public, artists create beauty that puts world events into perspective and calls us forward. Privately, each of us can use art to process the difficult things that we go through.
Services are lead by
Rev. Andrew Frantz unless otherwise indicated.
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