The annual flower communion serves as an opportunity to consider the role of nature in our lives, our inter-connectivity each other and to our world, and to celebrate our diversity which doesn’t divide us rather it’s the beginning of discovery & unity . You are invited to submit photos, videos or brief live commentary to share what flowers symbolize or mean to you. Click on the service title for more information. Go to “Attend an Online Service” on the main menu for information about how to join the service on Zoom. See you there!
Speaker: Athne Machdane
In celebration of the coming harvest season, we invite you to embark with us upon an odyssey of personal discovery, realization and empowerment. Click on the service title for more information. Everyone is welcome!
The annual water communion serves as an opportunity to consider the importance of water in our lives, and to our world. You are invited to submit a photo or video prior to the service or offer live commentary during the service to share what water symbolizes or means to you. Click on the service title to find out more. Everyone is welcome!
In celebration of the coming harvest season, we invite you to embark with us upon an odyssey of personal discovery, realization and empowerment. Click on the service title for more information! Everyone is welcome!
Join us online for “Midsummer Celebration 2020: Around the Hearth of Heart and Home.” Come explore how our homes are to be a sanctuary now more than ever. Click on “Attend an Online Service” on the main menu for more on how to attend this Zoom service. Everyone is welcome!
Most of us would like to be happy. One way to encourage happiness in ourselves and others is the practice of compassion. Bodhicitta is the Buddhist aspiration to practice compassion for the benefit of all beings. In the UU context this is reflected by living … read more.
Live broadcast and accompanying self-guided ritual practice of ceremonial flower planting for use in home and community gardens. Planting flowers provides nourishment for bees and other pollinators for their vital work in nature. Ritual will include original music recordings, meditation and visualization practices and a mantra invocation of Bhramari, a Vedic Goddess associated with bees. Join us in Zoom room 459 187 0381. For security purposes, Zoom events now require a password. Click on “Attend an Online Service” on the main menu for more information.
Click on the service title above for what you can do before the ritual, and a link to the Self-Guided Ritual.
This Ostara/Spring Equinox Celebration will invoke Eostre, a Fertility Goddess of European pagan tradition. We will cast the sacred circle, call the Elements and raise energy for the coming season of warmth, new growth and abundance. We will embark upon an esoteric journey to meet Eostre in Her court of eternal springtime and discover what messages She may have for you. Zoom meeting ID 459 187 0381, or join by phone (audio only) 1-253-215-8782. Click on the main menu option “Attend an Online Service” for more information.
Imbolc—Festival of the Eternal Flame. Embark upon a journey with Brighid — Fire Goddess of healing, poetry, smithcraft — to stoke the eternal flame of love, inspiration and passion within and empower our work as co-creators.
A ritual to bid farewell to the old year, and welcome the new, reflecting on and releasing the areas of our lives that no longer serve our highest good. We look forward, creating goals that will advance our journey in the coming year. A portion of the service will be conducted outside. We will continue collecting food donations for Food For Thought throughout the month. Youth programming and childcare are available, and conversation and refreshments follow the service. Everyone is welcome!