Holidays and Traditions
Unitarian Universalists honor and celebrate a wide range of holidays and occasions over the course of a year. We enjoy incorporating traditional holidays from multiple faith traditions into our worship as well as our activities and celebrations. Further, we are responsive to ceremonies that resonate with our members and friends. Often worship services may provide a nontraditional look at holidays and offer new ways to think about the celebration, its history and the broader meaning. Aside from embracing many faith traditions, there are unique UU celebrations that can be a source of inspiration.
UU Traditions: Flower Ceremony, Blessing of the Animals, Water Communion, Fire Communion, Justice Sunday
Holidays: Christmas, Easter, Chanukah, Passover, Iftar, Thanksgiving, All Souls Day