A thoughtful person recently said of us as UUs: "We are not like-minded people, we are like-valued people." Our UU principles express our values and our intentions for how to live well in this world. In this service, we'll explore our principles, what they mean to us, how they came to be, and how we strive to live by them.
There is much to get in the way of our capacity to hope. And yet, most of us find a way to get out of bed in the morning and do what it is we need to do. Where do we find the resources to be hopeful? Let's explore together the ways that we can nurture hope and how we can, in community, cultivate it.
In our first service of the new congregational year, we'll gather online to reflect on the waters that connect and sustain us through the ebbs and flows of life. As the pandemic continues, we'll reconnect and share in our annual water communion to honour our connection to one another and the earth. Please bring water that symbolizes something significant to you in this moment, whether from a lake, river, ocean or your tap.
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