Sunday, August 27 at 10:30 am, in person and livestreamed to YouTube from the Sanctuary.
This Sunday will be an entirely pre-recorded service shown on YouTube and viewed in a Parish Hall “Watch Party”. Featured will be Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, the ninth president of the Unitarian Universalist Association and the first woman to be elected to that post. She observes in her sermon that we live in “liminal times” between the past and the future and during a time of great change. These are times when great things can be done to move forward on many levels, but before we can embrace the possibilities of change we must let go of the past and make a leap of faith into the future with confidence that our values and our community will carry us safely into whatever the future holds. Also Rev Sean Neil-Baron gives a brilliant reflection in which he captures many of the reasons we continue to make our faith communities central in our lives. With inspiring musical excerpts from services held at the UUA General Assemblies of the past two years this service will help you feel proud to be a part of a vibrant denomination that is evolving in response to challenging times.