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Susan C. Scrimshaw, Ph.D., Guest Worship Leader

Sarah Dan Jones, Music Director 

In the ancient Celtic traditions, this is the season of the renewal of life as the icy days of early Spring give way to warmth and growth.  It is a time to reflect on beginnings, both in nature and in ourselves.

 Susan works in medical anthropology and public health, and was twice a college president. She is a second-generation member of SKUUF and a sixth-generation UU.

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Rev. Linda & Other Fools

Sarah Dan Jones, Music Director and Choir

Join a cast of fools and characters for our annual April Fools Service.  It’s an opportunity to laugh at each other and ourselves because, honestly, the world is chocked full of absurdity.  It would be a shame to let it go to waste. 

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Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes, Worship Leader

Sarah Dan Jones, Music Director and Choir

Join us as we explore Quaker theologian Parker Palmer’s perspective on how we might balance anger, heartbreak, compassion, and compromise in restorative conversations that can heal our nation and make our democracy work.

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Reverend Dr. Linda Barnes, Worship Leader

Sarah Dan Jones, Music Director and Choir

The words from this hymn, Gather the Spirit, remind us of the reasons we gather – for comfort, to find strength, to seek justice, and to celebrate. Join us to reflect on how we balance these reasons we gather to make our fellowship, and our lives, one of purpose and meaning.

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Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes, Worship Leader

It takes perseverance to stay in love with the world, with all its imperfections and disappointments. Join us as we explore how we can gather the grit, courage, and wonder necessary to remember joy, to stay in love with the world and each other.

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Reverend Dr. Linda Barnes, Worship Leader

Emily Jaworski and Will Gunn, Musicians

Our intentions, secret or otherwise, move us in the direction of our soul’s longing. This Sunday, we’ll explore intention and attention, and the possibility of using them to grow those things that bring us joy and wisdom, and diminish those things that cause our suffering.

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Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes

In our commitment to dismantling white supremacy as a system, white Unitarian Universalists are still learning to de-center our whiteness so that people of color are brought from the margins to the center. Join us as we practice that work, and promise a new way of being together in the wider faith and closer to home.

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Kim Sweeney, Guest Worship Leader
Sarah Dan Jones, Music Director

As parents, mentors, volunteers and congregations, we have often held the most noble of intentions for the faith formation of the youngest among us. We have dedicated time and resources, we have made covenants and promises, and we have acted with grand intentions to pass on the faith of Unitarian Universalism while equipping and nurturing our children. Yet, despite good intentions, change is hard to achieve. And when change is upon us, intentions might not be enough.

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Our candlelight Christmas Eve service will invite the spirit of Christmas, which is love, into room as we sing, listen, and wonder at the story of one birth, and every birth.

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