From the times of our earliest memories we learn to reject those parts of ourselves that are not good enough. Our bodies. Our compulsions. The things we regret. The times we have failed. Our faith tradition can help us shine love and acceptance as we journey toward wholeness.
In this service we honor the earth and draw inspiration and courage for the work of planetary healing.
Join us on Easter morning, 2019 for a multigenerational celebration of the holiday. We will share the poems and illustrations from the wonderful book by Cynthia Rylant and Marla Frazee entitled God Got a Dog. We think you will be inspired by the beautiful human and human images of God they have created, while celebrating the values we love in Unitarian Universalism. We will have very special music by Gabriel Fauré, Gustav Mahler and G. F. Handel, presented by our own Sandy Gibbons and Richard Schroeder.
Pastor Naomi Christine Leapheart, who led the service in February 2018, returns to our pulpit. She is the Faith Work Director of the National LGBTQ Task Force.