What a blessing to lead services with Sarah Dan Jones and Margaret Salt!
(for text of this service, click HERE)
"All these pieces Broken and scattered In mercy gathered Mended and whole"
🎃 As many of you, our family and friends, already know:
We host a Halloween Party every October 31st.
🎃 There will be dancing…trick-or-treating….ghost stories…magick!
🎃 Arrive at Twinkle’s Place place when you are ready to celebrate!!
There will be groups going out to Trick-or-Treat (led by Ed and other Lancey Street Adults) While Twinkle remains here to welcome costumed guests, give out treats, and keep the magick and music going.
Please bring photos or symbols of your dead loved ones to place on our altar. And a list of names you wish to call into our circle from through the Veil.
thin veil photo credit
We are live on The VUU chatting about the Stop Kavanaugh protest in DC.
Posted by Church of the Larger Fellowship on Thursday, October 4, 2018
May we take time today to intentionally embody Peace.
May Peace be with us as we waken to another day of Life.
May Peace be our Guide as we interact with others.
May Peace hold us in compassion should our fears and sorrows be winning the moment.
May Peace shepherd us forward towards our triumphs and joys.
May Peace preside in our hearts, where the Holy Quiet merges with our deepest desires.
May Peace make us whole, even as the world is made whole by Peace.
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 – Theology and Mysticism. 9:00pm Eastern. UU Mystics Zoom group will use Brother David Steindl-Rast’s article on The Mystical Core of Organized Religion as the springboard for discussion: What is the relationship between theology and mysticism?
A great way to celebrate the new school year! 😉
This year’s UU Common Read (2018-19) book selection is “Justice on Earth: People of Faith Working at the Intersections of Race, Class, and Environment.” This book, published by Skinner House and edited by Manish Mishra-Marzetti and Jennifer Nordstrom, explores the ways in which racial justice, environmental justice, and economic justice, seemingly competing issues for our time, are intertwined. We look forward to exploring this book in our study group in April 2019!
Links to purchase the book: