Arran Liddel, Director of Spiritual Exploration and Learning for Children and Youth and Rev. Melora Lynngood with Larry Boldt, Worship Associate —
Part of our vision as Unitarian Universalists is to tend to one another, and our shared interdependent web of existence, with compassion and care.
Listening to one another — learning one another’s stories and struggles — helps unleash the natural empathy that can flow between us, laying the groundwork for deeper, more meaningful relationship, empowering us all to work together to care for the larger earth we share.
In this interactive intergenerational service, we begin to inquire of one another, ‘What do you care about?’ ‘What are your concerns — on a big picture level, as well as on a smaller, day-to-day scale?’