Traditional Sunday Service – e pluribus unum

Music: Leigh Garner and the Onionaires

We affirm and promote the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large. – UUA Principles.

Pastor AJ and the Onionaires will lead in a morning exploration of embodying our voice and right to be heard. As Unitarian Universalists we are not only called to vote our conscience but also to vote as matter of conscience. Voting and participation in the democratic process is a long part of our history as Unitarians and Universalists in the founding these United States with the hope of the celebration of diversity and liberation of the oppressed.

Join us as we engage voting not only as a civic duty but also as a spiritual practice.

Note: Children will begin service with us in the Sanctuary and then proceed to childcare and religious exploration programs.

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Traditional Unitarian Universalist Sunday Morning Service
Pastor, AJ Blackwood, joined by our talented Music Director, Leigh Garner, will share with you a message of inclusiveness, community, hope and inspiration. During this time together, we will be offered opportunities for exploring what it is to be a Unitarian Universalist as we weave together our thoughts and experiences with music, beauty, poetry, and words that both comfort and challenge us as we gather to find meaning and live more authentically in our beloved community.

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