Thursday is a holiday thanks to Abraham Lincoln and Sarah Josepha Hale, and thanks to a web of historical events, legends and partial histories. To what extent are we bound to our past? We gather together to contemplate the holiday season. Jackson will play
In the 1920s, Rev. Norbert Capek led the first flower communion as a uniquely Unitarian celebration. We celebrate our shared community and thank our teachers in ritual fashion. Bring a flower from your life– your home, or a neighbor, and share it with the … read more.
From spring cleaning to visiting a parent’s grave, we each have our rituals – daily, yearly or once in a life time. We will explore the relationship between bucket lists and spiritual formation. Jackson plays
Guest Speaker Mark Tanenbaum, Exec. Director of Performing Artists Collaborative Alliance
Service coordinator: Al Richardson. Musician: Jackson Froman
Join us as we “cut the year loose” New Orleans style! It’s a time to cry and a time to laugh, a time to grieve and a time to dance. We’ll make a joyful noise, and parade around as part of the “second line” in a … read more.
Christmas comes once a year and it seems everyone is celebrating. How have Unitarians and Universalists contributed to the general festivities? Our choir sings carols and songs of joy. Musician: Jackson Froman.
Several speakers from the congregation talk about their own family customs and rituals.
Musician: Jackson Froman.
In which Gospel does Jesus celebrate Hanukkah? What is the significance of this minor Jewish holiday and why is it important today? Musician: Jackson Froman.
We gather together in joyous thanksgiving each year. Or we take time to reflect on those who were left out of Massasoit’s first feast. How can we celebrate mindfully? Come hear the choir and help make sandwiches Speaker: Rev. Charlie. Musician: Jackson Froman.
Many of us are keenly aware of how the lives and stories of our ancestors live on in us, but how might we find inspiration, courage and the spirit of transformation in the stories of the ancient goddesses? Might elements of them live on … read more.