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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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Seeing the Dark

 The growing darkness offers us an invitation to deepen our connections to the natural world, to reflect on our own lives, and renew our hope for the growing light. 

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Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes, Worship Leader

Join us as we explore the insight of Sikh poet Valarie Kaur, who asks us if we can imagine the challenges of justice work to be the pains of birthing what is next for our America.

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Rev. Laura Randall, Guest Worship Leader

In a world that gives us endless reasons to despair, finding and sharing the hope and joy in our lives is an act of resistance.  Join us as we explore the ways to not just survive, but thrive.

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All That We Need is Here
 
Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes, Worship Leader
 
Join us as we take an ecological perspective on being in relationship with our planet and with each other. Doing this, we might discover our own infinite gifts in a finite world.
 
 

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Betty Ann Trought, Guest Worship Leader

Sarah Dan Jones, Music Director and Choir

This month’s Soul Matters focuses on Abundance. It points out very clearly that when it comes to abundance, our culture and our religion are at odds. Our culture cries, “Accumulate!” Our religion counsels “Appreciate!” The mantras couldn’t be more different. Our commercials and social media say “Go out and buy what you want!” and the pulpit pleas with us to “learn to want what you have.” So how can we resolve this dispute?

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