Theme: Abundance

 November 3: The Unfolding Now

Service Leader: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall

As we are surrounded by tumult and change, how do we keep our balance in the present, appreciating the abundant gifts of our heritage, and open to the ongoing emergence of the new? Counter-culture mystic Ram Dass suggested we “be here now” – what does that mean in these turbulent times?

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November 10: Simple Gifts

Service Leader: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall

The winter holiday season always seems to signal More! Bigger! Newer! Faster! in every aspect of our lives. Even as we enjoy the amenities of modern life, there is wisdom in considering Smaller-Simpler-Slower to bring deeper meaning in this darkening time.

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November 17: The Selfless Gift of Life 

Service Leader: Kate Sloan

This Sunday, we honor the National Donor Sabbath. For other congregations this might be a regular social justice service, but for us at UUCCH, it’s personal. Join us in this special
celebration as members of our own congregation tell the stories of the selfless gifts of life they have received.


November 24: The Magic of Abundance

Service Leader: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall

In this time of gratitude, how do we find magic in our everyday experience, as we share the deep abundance of our lives? In this multigenerational service, we will explore a story of the wonder all around us, and share in a cornbread communion, gifts of our hands and hearts.