Worship services February 2020

Theme: Heritage

 

February 2: Groundhog Days

Service Leader: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall

Time flies, they say, until it gets to February, and then it just hangs there . . . perhaps that is why we consult the groundhog about the coming of Spring. Time is linear and curved, the present and future spiraling out of our past. How do we ground(hog) ourselves in history to create something new, a future of promise and vitality?

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February 9: Deep Roots, Strong Partnership

Service Leader: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall

The roots of Unitarian history run deep. In the 1500s, the area of Transylvania, Hungarian in heritage, now part of Romania, was a center of religious liberalism, a stronghold of Unitarian faith. Our partnership with the church in Szekeyderzs celebrates the power of deep roots and connection across the years and the miles.

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February 16: Principles and Progress

Service Leader: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall

The UU Principles are value statements for our lives. The congregations of the UUA are considering an 8th Principle, affirming our journey toward spiritual wholeness as we dismantling oppressions and build a diverse multicultural community. Knowing the reality of oppression in our nation, how can we heal the harm that has been done?