Speaker: The Worship Team
The morning program
Flower Communion Sunday
A Sunday to celebrate one of the loveliest traditions from our Unitarian forbearers. Now in it’s 98 year, flower communion is an annual ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. The history of flower communion will be shared, its … read more.
A RITUAL FOR THE NEW YEAR
The Worship Team
Marla Loturco, leading
Sneak Peek: https://youtu.be/bZlpRkOJDuI
A Ritual for the New Year – For five thousand years, or more, more than fifteen thousand generations of human beings have been invoking spiritual power. We will be touching that spiritual power … read more.
Our Annual Water Communion will be Sunday, September 20th and you are encouraged to participate. How? By making a short (30 seconds or less) video with you doing something that involves water. Be creative. Have fun. Be … read more.
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The little-known third verse of “America the Beautiful” contains these words:
“Oh beautiful for heroes proved in liberating strife who more than self their country loved and mercy more than life!”
Emerging from the liberating strife … read more.
Three special observances coalesce within this week-end. The Winter solstice on Saturday evening celebrates a pagan heritage. Christians look with Joy on this third Sunday of Advent and Jews light the first Hanukkah candle at dusk Sunday evening. Our assembly today will celebrate Christmas, … read more.
Chalica begins Monday, December 2nd and ends next Sunday, December 8. For these seven days Unitarian Universalists celebrate one principle on each day. The last Sunday, is normally devoted to the last principle. The worship team has invited seven members to each select one … read more.
Our annual water communion assembly this year will focus on the future of water and conclude with the dedication of our monarch waystation, that will involve some of the water everyone brings on Sunday. Please bring a small(ish) container of water, to assure we have … read more.