This is a worship service centered on music. There will be few readings and no sermon. Often, the Music Director explains the history of individual hymns. The choir may be part of the service. A music service may feature Taizé, a form of deeply meditative singing or it may consist of the congregation’s favorite hymns. Sometimes, the congregation will sing in the Shape Note tradition.
Catherine Massey our Director of Music, will present, “a Unitarian Universalist Hymn Sing worship service. If you would like to learn a couple of easy hymn “anthems” in a low-stress way in a short-term group, just show up in the sanctuary at 9:30 that morning. Whoever is there … read more.
“Finding Balance in Beautiful and Terrible Times” There is a confluence of so many things going on in the world, right now. We celebrate Pride in the spectrum of ways that this month heralds, while we hold the deep grief of the reality of white supremacy and gun violence in our country and ongoing wars, around the world. Together we build the strength, hope and collective resilience we need to move ourselves and our world towards justice, in these beautiful and terrible times.