Last year, UCM Ministerial Intern, Verdis LeVar Robinson, introduced Kwanzaa, an African American celebration of life, and gifted a kinara (African candle holder) to the congregation. Join us as we dive a little deeper into the history and meanings of this contemporary African American tradition.
Topic: opening to joy
As the Winter Solstice approaches, let us open to the blessing of darkness. What joy can be found in the dim hours of our darkest nights? You are invited to have some items near you for the service that engage the senses (especially smell and … read more.
Joy is a complex emotion that encompasses a range of experiences and emotions. Joy brings forward the fullness of life even as it shifts shapes and exposes an ever-changing palette of colors and textures. In this service, we explore the full and complex nature of … read more.