For your convenience, we've posted descriptions of this month's sermon topics and speakers.
Rev. Dr. Jay Atkinson, with Nani Ranken, Worship Associate
UU theologian Paul Rasor says that our liberal religious tradition "is not for the faint of heart," suggesting that Unitarian Universalism offers a challenging pathway not always easy to follow. What are the historic elements of this liberal faith that we call our own? What does it mean to be faithful Unitarian Universalists in today's world, and how do we help one another live up to that ideal, as individuals and as congregations?
Rev. Dr. Szabolcs Czire, with Karen Auroy, Worship Associate
Liberals are pretty much alike everywhere: stand on the side of love, represent the countercultural opposition to oppression in society, sing songs like "Come, Come, Whoever You Are." And we are pretty serious about it. The most important things in life meet us unprepared, and we still have to respond to them. It’s not the preparation, but our presence that makes the difference. So go, go, however you are, and do your best – seen from an international perspective.
Rev. Chip Wright, with Jason Stearns, Worship Associate
The winter solstice has been a sign of change for humans throughout history. Countless spins of our planet around the sun have given us the knowledge that this longest night marks the coming of another cycle of life! Come join in ancient rituals of calling the world to life once again!
Rev. Chip Wright & Rev. Lisa Wiggins, with Linda Haumann, Worship Associate
Our traditional Candlelight Christmas celebration with carols and stories of the season and our Luminary Walk to Christmas communion of cookies and cider in the Fireside Room!
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