Worship Services

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Our services generally follow a traditional Protestant format with hymns, readings from inspirational texts, and a sermon. Service Leaders include our chaplain, guest speakers, and people from the Fellowship. Sometimes, though, we dance or walk a candlelit Solstice spiral of evergreens, or discuss the meaning of love and then join the children to create Valentine's Day cards for loved ones. At the beginning of our services, we light the chalice, which has been a symbol of Unitarian Universalism since the consolidation of Unitarians and Universalists in 1961. We often have songs from the choir or music from one of the talented musicians in our Fellowship. 

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Coming This Sunday

Date and time
Sunday, 26 February 2017 -
10:30am to 11:30am

The 1940 Services of Religion for use in the Churches of the Free Spirit (the first joint Unitarian and Universalist hymnal) contains the following prayer:  We remember our enemies, if there be any who have injured us or cherish hatred against us.  We pray thee to turn their hearts and ours, that we may live peaceably with all [people].  If there be any whom we have wronged, move us to make amends and seek forgiveness at their hands, and may we freely forgive all who have wronged us.

Today, we consider what forgiveness can entail, among ourselves and in our community and nation.


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