It's May. Leaf buds are on the trees. Grass needs to be cut. Flowers are blooming. Our earth has moved into a new season, and is ready to cultivate fresh life. Places that we thought were tapped out are reawakening. Perhaps it's time for you to stop and discover what Spirit or Science is leading you to do? How do we find out what lies just under the surface of our lives… waiting and ready to blossom?
Flower Communion Sunday.Please bring a fresh cut flower to the service.
There are all kinds of mothers out there: Biological and Adoptive mothers; Fathers who are also mothers; Step-Mothers, Working Mothers, Grandmothers, Mothers-in-Law and Stay-at-Home mothers. There are mothers who may have left us too early and mothers who may never let us go at all. A sermon about the blessings and burdens, joys and sorrows, and the responsibility and rejoicing of motherhood.
Lucille Clifton, Mary Oliver and Maya Angelou are three of contemporary literature's acclaimed and celebrated poets. Clifton is the keeper and the teller of stories. Mary's voice echoes Unitarian Universalist values. Ms. Angelou uses words to evoke joy, sorrow and to describe the bittersweetness that is the human condition. This service of music and words seeks to remind us to live fully, love what we love, find strength in diversity and re-imagine the world as we know it can be.
Join us for a service to honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice to secure our freedoms that we especially as Unitarian Universalists value so greatly.