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A ritual of letting go, intention, and hope. Within a traditional service of readings and music, we will again provide a burning bowl and candles for each of us to privately examine what we want to let go from the past year and our hopes … read more.
When we break bread with others, we share something of ourselves. For this beloved all ages service, we invite all members and friends of our congregation to bring a kind of bread that represents your background or in some way describes you or your family. … read more.
Unitarian Universalists sometimes have a tense relationship with the idea of “religion.” Looking at the damage done in the name of faith, it’s easy to see why some would question whether religion itself is a racket. In today’s world, is religion still valuable?
On All Souls Day we honor our ancestors, remember loved ones we have lost, and remember the dead. This special service will include a ritual of remembrance. All who come are invited to bring a photograph or a memento of someone you are remembering for … read more.
So often Thanksgiving is a passing meal on the way to the hypercommercialized Christmas season. We have solidified this mindset by essentially creating a national shopping day right after our national day of thanks. While most of us do appreciate the importance of giving thanks … read more.
On Halloween, children of all ages dress as monsters, goblins and ghosts. Some say there is a little monster in everyone. Can we find and love that part of ourselves and others?