Welcome back to a brand new church year! The sermon topic for this Sunday is “The All of It”.
There will be no Sunday service this coming week – September 4th! Have a safe and enjoyable Labor Day weekend. We will resume our services on September 11th with the Ingathering and Water Communion.
Weaving the Web, Blessing of the Backpacks, and our All-Church Picnic
Sunday, August 28th. 10:30 a.m. Worship (Parish Hall Auditorium)
12:00 p.m. Blessing of the Backpacks (Church Lawn)
12:15 p.m. All Church Picnic (Parish Hall Dining Room and outside)
Join us on August 7th as we resume our services with a drumming service led by Ed Rooney. Don’t forget that summer services begin at 9:30 and meet in the Parish House…
Flower Communion Sunday is our final Worship Service until we resume on August 7th with a drumming service led by Ed Rooney. Don’t forget that summer services begin at 9:30 and meet in the Parish House…
Below is a list of the August service leaders and topics:
August 7th Ed Rooney – drumming
August 14th Pat Cooney – Gandhi’s Seven Deadly Sins
August 21st Jean Lawlor – Poetry/Prose Circle with accompaniment from Dwight
(10:30 services begin on Sunday, August 28th, when our new minister, Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long, will lead us in “Weaving the Web.” We’ll begin at 10:30 in the Parish Hall; bring a length of ribbon for each member of your family, or we have plenty of extras.)
We will celebrate the season with Flower Communion, a ritual brought to the U.S. before World War II by the wife of Norbert Capek, a minster at the Unitarian Church of Prague.
Today we will be honoring our graduating high school seniors, Heather Welty, Paul Katan, and David Tripanier. Come celebrate with them by participating in our Bridging Service.
As we remember those we have loved, we will look at some practical and spiritual ways of being present with others that are healing, nurturing, and potentially transforming. Discover what is both natural and surprising about this process, including how it affects your life as well.
Too many people overvalue what they are not and undervalue what they are.” (Malcolm Forbes). Are you a self-confident person? Are you limited by a low self-esteem? This sermon will look at what Unitarian Universalism teaches us about self-confidence and its relationship to spirituality.
We sit in spaces made beautiful by human hands, and made holy by our own beliefs and dreams. As we contemplate a new beginning, together, how shall we hold our history and this living, breathing moment? This service marks the end of candidating week with Jordinn Nelson Long; a special congregational vote to call will immediately follow the service.