Jewish and Christian teachings

“Where is Christmas?” Christmas Eve Service

We gather at a time of longest night to honor one of the most significant holy days in the Christian tradition. Our service includes a play, traditional Christmas hymns, and a communal candle lighting.
Children are naturally a part of this service, and no childcare will be provided.

“Waiting for”

In December we joyfully look ahead to holidays we know are coming But we live much of our lives in uncertainty, waiting and hoping for events that may not happen. How do we cope with so much uncertainty?
This is the fifth day of Hanukkah and the third Sunday of Advent.

“Honoring Yom Kippur”

Yom Kuppur, which begins this year at sundown on September 29th, is considered the holiest day of the Jewish calendar, a time for reflection and asking for forgiveness. We honor this High Holy Day by considering how we might offer forgiveness to those who have hurt us the most. Join us for a Unitarian Universalist […]