Within us is the soul of the whole, the wise silence, the universal beauty, the eternal One.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Please join us as we sit together in silence on Sunday, September 1. Childcare will be provided. The service will begin at 10:30 am.
In this service, during which we honor our unique Unitarian Universalist communion ritual, we will recognize our human need for water, and we will bear witness to the many who do not have access to safe and affordable water.
As the wheel of the year turns, another season is upon us. Join us as we celebrate the Autumnal Equinox, known as Mabon, and honor the cycle of life on Earth. We will look forward together, into the beauty and shortening daylight of Autumn.
What do we expect from our religious community? What is it reasonable for us to expect from our leaders and from one another? What does the world we live in expect from us and what does our faith call us to do? In this service we will reflect on the mission of our community.
In this service we will prepare ourselves for our month-long display of our Silent Witness figures. With these figures prominently displayed along Rt. 22, we both honor and lament victims of domestic violence. After the service, we will carry the figures out and place them along the road.