Oliver Belisle with Worship Weaver Anna Isaacs –
As a new year approaches, we take a moment to reflect on the nature of time, the joy of presence, and the obstacles that may prevent us from staying connected to the Now.
These topics have been addressed by sages, philosophers, and spiritual teachers for centuries, and in modern times, people like Alan Watts, Ram Das, and Eckhart Tolle have done tremendous work to raise awareness of the present moment.
What can we gain from their work, and how can we apply their insights to our day-to-day lives?Read more ›
Note: No Sunday morning service. Come to our evening services at 4:30 pm or 8:00 pm.
Sunday at 4:30 pm, Service for All Ages with Rev. Melora Lynngood and Worship Weaver Shelley Motz –
Unitarian Universalism draws on wisdom from many of the world’s religions. Join us on Christmas Eve as we reflect on the Christian story of Jesus’ birth and the ways in which we can hear this ancient story anew each December.
This is a service for all ages – bring the kids! The service will include lots of carols and the traditional candle lighting during “Silent Night.”
Sunday at 8:00 pm, Christmas Eve Vespers with Rev. Shana Lynngood and Worship Weaver Larry Boldt –
This contemplative service will include traditional lessons and carols as well as a contemporary lesson. How will the story of the birth of baby Jesus speak to you this year? We will offer one another “tidings of comfort and joy” as we lift up our hopes for peace and goodwill to all. Special music will be offered by Braden and Hilary Young.
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