Sunday, December 21 “Would You Like to Hold the Baby?” Leah Purcell and Rev. Sam Trumbore
No one knew on the night of Jesus’ birth how important he would become to the world as a great teacher and important spiritual leader. He was also a true friend to the poor and the powerless. So at Christmas time we celebrate the birth of Jesus, eager for the joy and hope that belongs to this season. As Mary invites a stable girl to hold the baby, so are we invited to embrace the deepest meaning that Christmas holds for each of us.
Music: FUUSA choir with adult and youth performers
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Sunday, Dec. 21, 1:00 PM: Caroling- Meet at FUUSA at 1:00 and carpool to members’ and friends’ houses for holiday singing
Saturday, Dec. 20, 3:00 PM Solstice Celebration Children, youth and adults are invited as we wake the slumbering sun. Bring a percussion instrument and/or a noise maker.
Sunday, Dec. 21, 10:00 AM Christmas Service with Pageant “Would You Like to Hold the Baby?”
Wednesday, Dec. 24, 6:30 and 8:15 PM Christmas Eve Candlelight Services–and cookie reception between the services
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Beloved Conversations, 10:00-12:00, Saturdays from March 7-May 9
Nonviolent Communication practice group
Drumming and Spirituality workshop with Matt Meyer, Sunday, Jan. 18, 1:00 PM
Three types of small groups: seeking truth and deeper meaning
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