Last Sunday, January 6, was Epiphany Sunday— the day that those wise men of yore actually arrived at the stable in Bethlehem, having followed the omen of a star. We have many epiphanies throughout our lives, but what epiphanies might we encounter together as a congregation if we focus our intentions on self-discernment? As we delve deeper into January’s worship theme of justice, we will reflect together on how the ways we worship can best reflect our core convictions as Unitarian Universalists— particularly, our commitment to dismantling racism. How might we de-colonize our worship life? What gifts of insight might we receive during this season of epiphanies, leading us toward a deeper and broader way of being together, guided by our anti-racist stance? Remember that, at our 11am service, there will be special programming for our youngest worshipers!
This month's theme: Justice
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!