A reflection on sharp focus and wide views. When do you need each?
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Linda A. Hart
What gets our attention? Is it what is loud or what’s important? Is it what we’re used to seeing or what’s out of place?
At our annual Remembering service, we take time to honor those we have loved who have died. Everyone is invited to bring along a picture or small memento of someone you’re remembering this year. All ages will gather to sing, tell stories and remember.
The stories we tell about ourselves and our world often define how we live within it. In recognition of Indigenous People’s Day, we’ll reflect on a story of colonialism and what its implications are for how we understand our relationships with this land and our neighbors.
Life is full of surprises, isn’t it?
What can we expect of life? Our pathway through is never clearly marked. This service will explore luck and privilege and how that can inform our spiritual life.
Autumn brings the scent of fallen leaves and often a feeling of new beginnings. What are the tools we bring to our expectations of what’s ahead?
Our Religious Exploration program year for Children and Youth begins this Sunday.
Ansamblu will offer music during our worship service.
Rev. Linda Hart leads our annual Water Service for all ages. Bring water from somewhere you’ve been, or that has some meaning for you, or simply from home. We’ll have water to pour into our common bowl, too.
We’ll sing, bless, be blessed, and remember the gift of water in our lives.
What questions, sacred or profane, do you wonder about? Rev. Linda invites your questions this morning and will answer the ones that’ll fit in a Sunday morning.
UU poet Ric Masten loved the image of the homesick snail. It expresses a longing that may be familiar to all of us. We’ll reflect on the question of what makes home, and how this community can be home.