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Speaker: Led by Rev. Ellen Quaadgras
A Compassionate Father’s Day
Reading excerpt from The Woman Warrior by Maxine Hong Kingston
“When we are born,
we have curses and gifts from our parents and ancestors
[that] come from way back, and generation after generation,
we work on them, with them.
They are curses because there … read more.
Appreciation Sunday: The Journeys of Our Lives
How do we equip ourselves for the journeys of our lives? Especially in times so full of change? Join us for this end-of-the-congregational-year, all-ages service in which we explore these questions. This service will include a celebration of our … read more.
Parker Palmer writes that “the human heart is the first home of democracy. It is where we embrace the questions: Can we be equitable? Can we be generous? Can we listen with our whole beings … and offer our attention rather than our opinions? And … read more.
Norbert Capek, founder of Unitarian Universalism in Czechoslovakia, created the Flower Communion Service in 1923. It was designed to be a service of union and diversity, representing of beauty of each person’s unique gifts, as well as the richness of our gathered community. If you … read more.
Opening Words: Adapted from “Letters To A Young Poet” by Rainer Maria Rilke
Time for All Ages: The Great Silent Grandmother Gathering (from the book by Sharon Mehdi)
First Reading: Excerpt from A Mother’s Day for Peace by Rev. Stefan Jonasson
Second Reading: Wage Peace by Judyth Hill
In … read more.
We were already living in an era of transformation. The pace of change just went from fast to very fast. How do we handle it? How can we make the most of it? How might we live as the free spirits we naturally are, even … read more.
This phrase comes both from the Christian and Jewish Scriptures. What might these sacred texts have meant with this prediction? What might that mean for us now, as we celebrate our precious planet on this 50th anniversary of Earth Day?
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Much has changed. Much has stayed the same. Much is challenging in whole new ways. In today’s service, we reflect on this new world in which we are living, and how we might grow spiritually in the midst of it all. This service includes elements … read more.
Finding the Sacred in the Everyday – Online with Zoom at 9 am
As the news keeps coming to hunker down, stay home or stay away, we are at risk for feeling isolated. And as the news keeps reminding us there … read more.