The poet Khalil Gibran wrote of the gratitude we feel for the plants and animals that sustain us, saying “Your blood and my blood is naught but the sap that feeds the tree of heaven." In this service, we will reflect together on the debt of gratitude we owe to the world around us. In our busy lives, we often forget to take time to reflect on our gratitude-- and, yet, remembering all we have to be grateful for is one of the most powerful spiritual practices we can engage with. As Unitarian Universalists, we honor the connections in all of life, the interconnected web of all existence to which we each belong. As Thanksgiving approaches, we will reflect together on the many facets of gratitude in our lives.
This month's theme: Memory
Speaker: Rev. Ilene Kaur Tompkins-Gillispie
The first guiding Principle of Unitarian Universalism is the inherent worth and dignity of every person. UUTC welcomes all—persons of various ages, races, gender identities, sexual orientations, theological and political beliefs, socio-economic status, educational backgrounds, abilities and ethnicities. Services are at 9:15 and 11:00am. The building is wheelchair accessible, dress may be casual and visitors of all ages, races, gender identities, sexual orientations, abilities, and beliefs are warmly welcomed.
Infant care is available during both services.
Join us for coffee between services at 10:30am!