October 6: Days of Awe

Service Leader: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall

The High Holy Days, from Rosh Hashanah through Yom Kippur in the Jewish calendar, encourage us to reflect upon the past year, to seek forgiveness for all offenses, and face the future with new resolve. We respect and honor these sacred practices from Judaism as a source of our UU heritage.

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October 13: Identity

Service Leader: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall

In the convergence of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Hispanic Heritage Month, and National Coming Out Day, we explore our entry into new paradigms that respect, honor and include all of humanity. How are we called in these times of change and discovery to live into the complex experience of identity in our diverse nation?

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October 20: With the Spirit

Service Leader: Paula Gribble

Spirit guides, guardian angels, your higher self, your ancestors...What do you call it when you feel that extra set of eyes or hands guiding you? In this veil-thinning time, it is sometimes easier to connect. Is it there for you?  And if so, how do we honor and harness this power?

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October 27: Liminal Spaces

Service Leader: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall

We arrive at the festival of Samhain, earth-centered tradition that celebrates this Halloween season as a threshold time, when we are betwixt and between. As the veil thins between this world and the next, we experience the mystery of unknowing and remember those who have gone before us.

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