Sunday Service Announcements

“Come to the Quiet” – Lay-Led by the Solstice Team

Here at the shortest day of the year, you are invited to pause a moment in the darkness, and see what might be stirring inside. Though the trees are bare, they are not barren, but are preparing for something new to emerge. This service will be in the round.

“Claiming Innocence” ~ Rev. Antonia Won, Minister (pre-recorded)

Innocence is the focus of our reflection for December.

Hemingway said, “All things truly wicked start from innocence.” We’ll explore innocence, guilt, virtue, blame as expressions of power.

“Family Roots: Two Stories of the Search for Family History” ~ Lay-Led Service

Many of us are fascinated with learning about our family genealogy and discovering where we came from. Martha Lussenhop and Kay Stein will share the stories of their search for and discoveries about their family roots.

Yes! On Sunday, November 16 we will have our worship service at 10:30 am.
Both Rev. Antonia Won and Board President Larry Price are in favor of having our service as scheduled.  The parking lot at the Old Stone has been plowed, but extra help will be appreciated to ensure all the sidewalks and walkways (and even the parking lot) are free of ice.  If you can help, please come with a shovel starting at 9:45am.

Please take every precaution for safety, and allow additional time to navigate slick streets.

 

“Gathered ‘Round the Table” ~ Lay-Led Service

The service will feature a multi-generational panel about Thanksgiving traditions and how they evolve in life.

“What Feeds the Soul” ~ Rev. Antonia Won, Minister (pre-recorded)

The saying, “Home is where the heart is,” combines two evocative words. We'll explore the power of that combination to inspire our wellbeing.

Greater Community Collection will be received for Guest at Your Table (UUSC).

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