In honor of Women's History Month we will listen to the voices of women climate activists. Grounded in spirit, science and an abundance of cultural traditions, they teach us to face the truth with courage and commit to life-affirming solutions.
In a time of uncertainty and anxiety, our faith community has responded with resounding love and open hearts. What can we commit to keeping the spiritual doors open for the generations that come after us?
On Ostara morn, we celebrate the warming and awakening of Mother Earth and all her creatures. This day stands in a balance as we begin moving towards the longer days of the Sun. With gratitude and joy we accept the Earth’s annual promise of flourishing harvests of the soil and soul. Like seedlings sprout and grow to become beautiful flowers or nourishing food, may our spirits and community blossom and grow together, as the Wheel of the Year turns to Spring and beyond.
A long and venerable tradition of humanist thought sustains our Unitarian Universalist values and communities. In this service we will reflect on the Ten Commitments of humanism and how they call us into a deeper experience of community.