Nothing can keep us from celebrating our Christmas Candlelight service this year! Sure, we cannot gather together in our building—yet we WILL gather. Sure, we cannot hear our sanctuary fill with each other’s voices, but we WILL sing. Sure, we cannot pass candlelight from one … read more.
Speaker: TPUUF Congregation
Following a format our Congregation has found “gratifying” in the past few years, several TPUUF members and friends will share the pulpit this Thanksgiving weekend to reflect on the spiritual roots and rewards of thankfulness and to share what cultivates in them an attitude of gratitude.
While still marked by military ceremonies and infused with patriotic overtones, Memorial Day has morphed over time into a three-day weekend holiday, a more general day of remembrance for loved ones who have passed away, and even a time to renew calls for world peace. This year, several TPUUF members will share with us remembrances of Memorial Days past, the meaning those remembrances have for them today, and how those remembrances speak to our UU faith and values.
TPUUF members and friends will reflect on the spiritual roots and rewards of thankfulness and share what cultivates in them an attitude of gratitude. This is a multigenerational service.