Monthly Archives: December 2011

January 22nd Service: What’s Salvation Got to Do With Us?

Our denomination’s name, Unitarian Universalist, gives equal billing to both of the religious traditions of our forebearers, but I don’t think we modern UU’s give them equal time. So often, the Unitarian part of our heritage, with its illustrious writers … Continue reading

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January 15 Service: A Celebration of the Life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

On this Sunday before the Martin Luther King holiday, we will celebrate the life of Dr. King, a leader and ultimately a martyr for the cause of civil rights in the United States. Both Rev. King and his wife Coretta … Continue reading

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January 8 Service: “Humanism: What is It?”

Worship Leader: John Olsen As the human race moves into the year 2012, and we move into the second decade of the 21st century, the schisms between major traditional cultural & religious entities has grown to a degree not seen … Continue reading

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January 1 Service: “Letting Go”

The Burning Bowl: A Ritual for the New Year Worship Leader: Karen Fothergill The ‘New Year’ is an artificial ‘beginning,’ but a useful way to reflect on the year past and an opportunity to release ourselves from things we said … Continue reading

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December 24th at 6 pm: A Christmas Eve Candelight Service “Each Night a Child is Born is a Holy Night”

We will gather on this Christmas Eve in our beloved community, to reflect on our many blessings and celebrate the miracle of our very lives, because even during the coldest and darkest time of the year, every night a child … Continue reading

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A Holiday Message from UUA President Rev. Peter Morales

http://www.uua.org/news/newssubmissions/174402.shtml

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December 18th Service: “Holiday Music”

Whatever your holiday traditions may be, this Sunday we invite you to join us in celebrating a few of the many reasons for the season.  The service will include music and readings of Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, and Winter Solstice. Come … Continue reading

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