Some Sunday services have a multi-generational focus, so the whole family attends together. These include:
September, Water Communion
Whoever you are, wherever you’ve been– the uniquely Unitarian Universalist Water Communion offers you a chance for a Welcoming Community. Feel free to bring a little water from your summertime– either from a vacation spot, or from your kitchen faucet. And prepare to write a sentence about its origins or meaning to you now.
Late October, Dia de los Muertos
Our annual Day of the Dead service, a multi-generational service to be celebrated simultaneously at all 3 campuses. Bring a photo or mementos of a departed loved one to church for our memory table.
November, Bread Communion
Please bring some bread to share, perhaps associated with your heritage or has some other special meaning. We will share our bread (and the stories of our bread) with each others. This multi-generational service is a uniquely Unitarian Universalist service, and a fun one to bring a friend to. We will take a special collection for our international UU Partner Churches today.
The whole family is invited to join together in a Christmas Eve service of readings and carols.
January, Circle of Life
The first Sunday after New Year’s Day, we dedicate our children; name new births; new marriages; honor anniversaries, and recall the departed. Please contact the office if you would like your children dedicated in the church on this day, and provide us with names and ages..
May, Flower Communion
In honor of Mother’s Day we celebrate our multi-generational Flower Ceremony and tell the story of its originator, the martyred Unitarian minister and his wife, the Rev. Norbert Capek. Bring a flower per person to decorate the altar. And you’ll take home a different one!