Sermons from June 2015

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The Longest Day, Sermon by Liz Blackadar


On this Summer Solstice we reflect on how we traveled from the darkest time of Winter Solstice some six months to today. What were some of dark times leading up to this powerful day? How did our ancestors accept their trials and tribulations only to release them on this celebratory gift of daylight? And how […]

Flower Communion Sunday with Rev. Tamara Suzuki

The annual Flower Communion is a cherished and unique Unitarian Universalist tradition. Please bring a flower with you to share. We ask that you please bring unscented or only lightly scented flowers today. Please do not bring lilies or freesias as we have members who are highly allergic to these.