Our pageant honors the variety of holidays that often overlap during the early winter months - Diwali, Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanza, and Solstice.
Project Category: Worship & Celebration Ministry
The communion represents the way that a rich and storied diversity merges in community and the blessing that is our shared experience.
On the Sunday Service closest to All Souls Day we hold a remembrance for all of our members who have died during the past year
St. Francis (1182-1226) was a monk known for his special connection to animals. As a significant number of Unitarian Universalists trace their cultural and faith heritage to Catholicism, we celebrate an Animal Blessing.
Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippor invite participants to repentance and renewal while celebrating the possibility of a new relationship to one’s understanding of the holy.
During this ritual, individuals and families add a few drops to a common vessel. While they do they are invited to articulate both what they need from our congregation and what they can give to our congregation.