As we welcome Rev. Ben Meyers back to the pulpit following his sabbatical, we welcome the new year with a multigenerational service of letting go and looking ahead. We will ritually burn away that which we wish to leave behind, and plant the seed of that which we would like to grow in the year ahead. Remember to take a poinsettia home to love!
Speaker: Sarah Firestone
What does it take to light a candle in the darkness? Hope? Faith? Why did the Maccabees light the lamp in the temple when they knew they had enough oil for only one night? Did they hope for a miracle? Or did they decide it was better to light the lamp that night even if the flame died before they got new oil? We’ll explore these questions at this multi-generational observance of Chanukah.
This annual traditional UU celebration of springtime is multi-generational and kid-friendly. Originally created in 1923 by Dr. Norbert Capek, founder of the Unitarian Church in Czechoslovakia, it was brought to the United States in 1940 by Dr. Capek’s wife, Maja V. Capek. Bring a flower … read more.
We’re trying something new! This 20-minute service is designed especially for kids and families. Join Reverend Ben, Kate Goka, Sarah Firestone and Alia Stadtlander in Beck Hall from 10:10-10:30 for a kid-centered worship service. The title is: “Something About the Truth?!”