This Sunday, we stand on the brink of two major Abrahamic holidays, the Jewish Passover and the Christian Holy Week. Using these stories, our student minister will examine the consequences of challenging unjust power structures and the struggle for liberation.
Often the world is presented to us in binaries: good and evil, light and dark, black and white, male and female, old and new. Join us for worship as our Student Minister leads us in exploring spectrums and nuances in a world of binaries.
As we head into the New Year, we will gather together to remember days gone by and celebrate the chance to begin anew.
11:00am Our Student Minister will offer this service about discovering the Unitarian Universalist values at the core of the classic Christmas story by Charles Dickens. Our folk band, “The Clear Creek Girls” will provide some special holiday music.——
5:30pm & 7:00pm The coming of Christmas means carols, readings, stories … read more.
We’ll celebrate the coming of Thanksgiving with a special service for all ages featuring stories, songs, prayers and readings from a variety of religious traditions which speak to the connections between gratitude and giving.