December 4 & 5 - ``Time Set Apart`` with Rev. Kelly Crocker & Rev. Kelly Asprooth-Jackson

Unitarian Minister A. Powell Davies wrote, “Life must have its sacred moments and its holy places. We need the infinite, the limitless, the uttermost—all that can give the heart a deep and strengthening peace.” Reverence is what brings us those feelings of awe and gratitude for the gifts of this life—truth, beauty, hope, human connection. How do we mark these sacred moments in this holy place we share? What lets us know that we are entering into a time of reverence, a time set apart from the ordinary days? There are causes for reverence everywhere we look, let’s explore how we can keep ourselves open to them. Familiar carols for harp and organ, and Heather Thorpe sings a favorite Bach aria.

*Only one service will be offered in person and online this weekend on Sunday, November 28, at 10 am. Join us for a virtual coffee hour online @ 11 am.

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