Some folks get the blues in December. It may be that the days are getting shorter and colder, or that it is hard to avoid the sometimes overly-cheery, noisy holidays. It may be that there has been so much loss. This Sunday, we lift our spirits as we recognize new members to the congregation!
What has been and what is and what will be are fluid, impermanent. Science and religion are evolving and grappling with questions of the mystery. If we want the future to be different from the present and the past to remind us to not relive it, we must be able to imagine what’s possible.
Unitarian Universalists celebrate water communion in many ways. Bring a little bit of water that is from or symbolizes your summer ponderings and adventures. Bring your whole self as we celebrate the start of a new church year and welcome our new settled co-ministers! Stay for an all-congregation picnic and fun in the fountains!
How is gardening a spiritual practice? How does tending our own patch of soil, whether large or small, help us weave our own little piece of the interconnected web of life here on Earth? Audio version here: Read text here: