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Let It Be a Dance We Do

Our Sunday service opening words and UU hymns say who we are:

Let it be a dance we do.
May I have this dance with you?
For the good times and the bad times too,
Let it be a dance.

Let a dancing song be heard.
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Afraid of the Holy. Everything is Holy Now.

Sermon  by the Rev. Dr.  Wayne Arnason

 

READING FROM AN ANCIENT SOURCE: Exodus 3-4 Good News Translation (GNT)

3 One day while Moses was taking care of the sheep and goats of his father-in-law Jethro, the priest of Midian, he led the flock across the desert and came to … read more.

The Covenant of Our Fellowship Says Who We Are

“At the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton, we seek to nurture spiritual and intellectual growth for all ages, and to be actively involved in community outreach and service. Cherishing diversity, and celebrating our oneness with all humanity, we covenant to support each other in the … read more.

Promise and Possibility

When have you taken the risk of making a commitment? What possibilities opened for you through commitment? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning will look at the rituals of promise and the hope made possible in such acts.

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Do not erase any part of who you are.

Our Opening Words Tell Who We Are:

“As Unitarian Universalists, we share many values, and we also come to the table with our differences.

“We are challenged to do our own looking for what matters to us most, and what we think matters to other people, and to … read more.

We are an Intentionally Welcoming Congregation

Our Opening Words Say Who We Are

We are an intentionally welcoming congregation, and invite you to be a part of the community. When we make this statement, we are expressing our vision of love and acceptance.

We welcome you – your background and beliefs, all racial … read more.

Our Opening Words Say Who We Are

Welcome Home

Opening words for our Sunday Service, 30 December 2018.
Delivered by Jim Richardson, Lay Leader

 

Home is where you put one foot on the porch

and before your other foot even touches the landing

the door dances open,

and the first thing you see is a huge smile

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When Hard Lines Fade

Of late, the term, “Stay in your lane” is heard often. It translates roughly to “You do your job, I’ll do mine.”  At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider when this is helpful guidance, when it’s not, and reflect on what helps us … read more.