Water Communion is a traditional fall Unitarian Universalist ritual. Congregants return home and bring water from their summer travels. We will co-mingle our individual waters in a communal bowl. This signifies reconstituting the unity of the congregation as a beloved community. The water is
Why would Moses use a snake to promote healing? How can looking at a snake bring about healing? Chaplain Terry Harman will discuss how the snake did not heal, but examine what about the snake bite began the process of healing. Chaplain Harman serves the men at the maximum security prison in
Karen Scheeringa-Parra will talk about how we empower our volunteers to spread passion and service to others through short term mission work. Stories of changed lives of volunteers and people served will be shared during the sermon. Karen Scheeringa-Parra is a woman of faith, of passion for the
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Jim Scott’s set of seven songs celebrate our UU Seven Principles – a song for each principle. Jim’s words are inspiring and reaffirming to all ages. We really stand for something, and we can be ready to explain it anyone who asks. Boiling down some big philosophy to simple and straight forward