Folk musicians Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson, who perform as Hungrytown, lead this Sunday’s service at 11am. The holidays can be a great opportunity to gather with friends and family and enjoy our communities. At the same time, the expectations of this season can often be a source of stress and can even trigger feelings … More Navigating the Holidays with Hungrytown – December 22 at 11am
Join us for our cherished Hanukkah Celebration with Spirit of Life UU members, Diana Dechichio and Sue Eckstein. Hanukkah is not a very major Jewish holiday, but has taken on major proportions here in the United States because of the huge emphasis on Christmas by merchandisers. The Hebrew word Hanukkah means rededication and Hanukkah is … More Celebrate Hanukkah at Spirit of Life UU – December 15 at 11am
Spirit of Life UU founding member, Tobi Weisbond, leads our December 1 sermon, “Why Are We Here?” “Why do we embrace this liberal Unitarian Universalist faith? ,” Tobi asks us to consider. “Why do we show up here at SLUU every (almost) Sunday?” Choir rehearsal is prior to the service, with the All Church Sunday … More Sunday Service Notes for December 1 – 11am Sermon: Why Are We Here?