When We Err

When Coach Ted Lasso (a fictional coach on TV) sees his players need to move on from a mistake, he reminds them to “Be a goldfish.” It’s his reminder that goldfish quickly let go of what has come before. How do we move on from our mistakes? When do we need to apologize or make amends? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider practices from the world’s religions, including Judaism, which help us work through our mistakes with integrity. UUFE’s choir will sing.

“Spirit of Life” #123

Welcome  –  Rev. Sue Browning

Chalice Lighting   –  Sarah Walsh, Coordinator Religious Education

Opening Hymn “For All That Is Our Life” #128

Covenant of Our Fellowship (in unison)
“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 spirit of compassion, respect, and love.”

Thoughts for All Ages “What Is Tashlich?”    –  Elizabeth Cohen, UUFE Member


Joys and Sorrows


Reflections on Yom Kippur   – Elizabeth Cohen

Anthem “Al Shlosha d’Varim” by Allan Naplan

Sermon “When We Err”   –  Rev. Browning

Closing Hymn “The Ceaseless Flow of Endless Time” #350

Announcements  –  Lauren Harton

Closing Words and Extinguishing Our Chalice

Postlude Excerpt from “No One Is Alone”  by Stephen Sondheim


Headphones are available for persons with hearing impairments.  Large print hymnals are also available. Please ask the usher for assistance. Note: Please silence your cell phone for the service.

Music: Ellen Barry Grunden and Choir
Sound: Jim Richardson
Greeters: Ann Davis and Martha Hamlyn
Coffee Host: Maggie Garey

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