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Services

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  • December 6, 6pm  Hope
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
  • This month’s contemplative worship service explores the theme of “Hope” through music, story, and meditation.
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  • December 10 The Promise and the Practice of Our Faith
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Nancy Remkus
  • Unitarian Universalism offers the promise of radical inclusive religious communities for all seekers of truth and justice–beyond dogma or creed. How do we practice this faith to live into the multiracial, multigenerational faith for our times?
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  • December 17   Lighting of the 8th Fire
  • Speaker: Aiyana Smith, member of the Shinnecock Nation and licensed certified social worker specializing in nature-based therapy
  • Worship Associate: Sue Penny
  • Musician:  Nootimus Smith
  • The story from the Native American 7 fires prophecy talks about humanity being at a crossroads and the paths that we can choose to take.  Aiyana will share some solutions about how to navigate through these difficult days. This service will also be a tribute to Chris Epifania’s special interest in social justice.
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  • December 24  Winter Holidays
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
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  • December 24, 5pm, Evening Christmas Eve Service
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
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  • December 31  Tell Me All Your Thoughts On God
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Abby Fleming
  • There’s a saying in Unitarian Universalist circles: tell me about the God you don’t believe in; I probably don’t believe in that God, either. Unitarian Universalists, with no set creed or dogma, hold rich and varied beliefs about the nature and existence of God. This Sunday, join us to explore some of our beliefs about God, as you reflect on your own beliefs.

     

 Events

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  • Sunday, December 10, 12pm
  • Qi Gong
  • Tune in to your essential being and open to your true strengths. These deep invigorating movements and self massages from classical Chinese tradition are easy to learn and enhance energy and personal balance.  Join us!
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  • Thursday, December 14, 7pm
  • Board Meeting
  • Open to all!
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  • Friday, December 15, 2pm
  • Celebration of Chris Epifania’s Life
  • Please join us in a Celebration of Life for Chris Epifania.  We hope you will attend to share your memories of Chris and what she meant to you and to this community.  If you have pictures of Chris, especially her life and work in this congregation, her sister Rosemary would love to have them for a slideshow that she is putting together for the service.  Rosemary is also working on a CD of Chris’s favorite music.  If you have ideas of songs to add, please let Kimberly know.  For the service, we will need help setting up the space. 
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  • Saturday, December 16, 6pm
  • Winter Solstice
  • Candlelight ceremony with readings, rhythm, and music
       

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