Sunday Worship Time: 10:30am-11:30am MT
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Change can be scary for most of us. But in the penultimate service led by Rev. Nori, we will explore how we can play with possibilities for what comes next, with excitement and joy. Join us as we play with possibilities for All Souls and in our own lives.
Religious Exploration: Join Ms Kate Crow and create flowers made of scrap paper! This craft is sure to brighten your summer as we kick off our program! As Unitarian Universalists, we like to celebrate Flower Communion, and our first one took place on June 4th, 1923. This will be a day to honor that!
Join us on the 13th as we celebrate Rev. Nori’s 13 years of ministry at All Souls and say goodbye to this chapter of our lives. At her final service with us, Rev. Nori will speak about ways in which, because we’ve known one another, we have been changed for good, and how we’ve changed our communities for good, as well.
This service will be held at the church and on zoom. Masks will be required for those gathering at the church. Following this service there will be an outdoors reception for Rev. Nori, Beth Green and Mark Arnest. We will also celebrate flower communion, so please bring a favorite flower from your garden or the store to share!
Religious Exploration: Ms Marion Ceruzzi will be guiding us through a plant lesson today! We’ll decorate and paint our own pots to plant seeds, as well as plant some seeds around the church. We’ll also share in the book, “Chrysanthemum” today.
Cultivating Resiliency –For some, resiliency seems to come easily and naturally, but for most of us, we need to work at cultivating it in ourselves. How is that done? A deeper look into realizing our inner strength and capacity to recover in tough times. Join us as incoming All Souls President, Julie Brady explores these themes.
Religious Exploration: Ms Jessie Trovik will lead our first intergenerational craft of the summer! Come celebrate the summer solstice as we create candles! These candles are then to be saved and used to light up the night during winter solstice!
Using Mary Oliver’s beautiful poem, “Have You Ever Tried to Enter the Long Black Branches?”, we will explore the idea together of praying the poets. We will invite ourselves to enter into the beauty and depth of this poem and see what endures for us and what invites us to a prayerful orientation. Join us as our community minister, Rev. Roger Butts explores the question from the poem: are you breathing just a little bit and calling it a life?Life is in the falling in, whole-bodied and surrendered.
Religious Exploration: NO RE today!