The Joy of the Season

Sunday Service at 10 AM
This will be a hybrid service, held both on-line via Zoom and with limited in-person attendance by RSVP only.
Today we begin our celebration of the holiday season by honoring joy as celebrated in the UU tradition of Chalica, the Jewish holiday of Hannukah, the Christian Christmas, African American Kwanzaa and the Pagan Winter Solstice. Join us for a Sunday of festivity and tradition, opening us to the joy of the season.
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Meeting ID: 209 555 249
Phone: 16699009128
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For Everything There is a Season

Sunday Service at 10 AM
“Joy & Woe are woven fine / A Clothing for the soul divine / Under every grief & pine / Runs a joy with silken twine.” So wrote the English poet, William Blake. His words call to mind the Book of Ecclesiastes: “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: a time to be born, a time to die . . . a time to weep, and a time to laugh.” In this classic work of ancient Hebrew wisdom literature (a favorite since I was 14) the sage compels us to reflect on the impermanent nature of all things human: our books, our knowledge, our possessions, our wealth, our lifespan. And in so doing we seek a path to life that is good and happy and whole.
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Meeting ID: 209 555 249
Phone: 16699009128
Password: 2020