Viola Fairweather preaching For centuries people around the globe have been honoring their ancestors and souls of the departed. Peter Morales, a former UUA President, urged us not to dismiss the Day of the Dead because we could easily miss the profound spiritual insight that makes the tradition powerful. You are invited on this Sunday closest to Hallowed Eve to bring a picture or symbol of your loved one to place on the altar as you enter the sanctuary. During the service we will all be invited to gather in a circle around the church aisles. We will pass the
Everyone is welcome to join us on Sunday, October 29, for our annual Bonfire/Halloween Party. Costumes are encouraged! This party will be indoors and outdoors; and while we won't be outside for a long time, we are hoping the kids can be dressed for whatever the weather brings! We are so excited to continue this tradition. Feel free to join us! Kelly Lownds, Director of Religious Exploration
with Natalie Johnson https://zoom.us/j/95666306093 This Full Moon, also known as the Hunter’s Moon or Blood Moon, is in the sign of Taurus, the quintessential earth sign. Firmly rooted in Mother Earth, this night calls to us to honor our final harvest as well as our animal kin who willingly offer their own lives in order that we may live. When we are in right relationship with Earth - when we practice reciprocity and think to ask rather than just take - she supplies all we ever need to flourish. Under the light of this brilliant Full Moon, let us gather
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