We welcome back Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson and Worship Associate Sam Kirkland to lead our Kwanzaa Service. We will explore the 7 Principles of Kwanzaa and how they can inspire us for the new year. Please note this is a single service at 10:30am.
Let’s Deck The Halls for our traditional Christmas Eve service, sing carols and reflect on what we as Unitarian Universalists can take from the traditional Christmas story. And, of course, we’ll have the singing of Silent Night by candlelight.
“The Gifts We Bring” is a no-rehearsal, non-traditional telling of the Nativity story. People of all ages and all abilities are invited to join. It is fun, participatory (and includes a Pterodactyl, of course!). The service will conclude with singing Silent Night by candlelight.
Come celebrate the shortest day and longest night of the year at our Solstice service. The Women’s Ritual Group and Rev. Dance will lead us in a ritual as we explore what night/darkness means and create space for the return of the sun. … read more.
Albert Einstein said, “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” In this season of awe, advent and wonder, let’s explore how the concept of awe transcends … read more.
For many, the holidays are difficult- especially when our culture says that our families should be perfect and that the season should live up to all of our expectations. We will have reflections and sharing to provide comfort, remembrance and hope for those who find … read more.
Poetry can touch the deepest part of us. Our theme for the month is awe, and several congregation members will share personal experiences and poems of awe and wonder. Come for a morning of expressing the inexpressible.