Prayers are a universal expression of hope, gratitude, or lament. From the Psalms of the Hebrew Bible to our own prayers, we view prayer in different ways. Is there a place for prayer in Unitarian Universalist theology?
The service will begin at 10:30 a.m., followed at 11:30 by coffee and fellowship, and then by our new, multi-generational Religious Education Program, which will be held from 11:45 to 12:30.
If you would like to know more about our Religious Education Program, please see the February edition of our church newsletter, the Advance, which contains a detailed explanation by Ashley Benner, interim director of religious education.
This is an exciting step forward for our us, and if you have been considering paying a visit to Northshore UU Church, we hope you will stay to see what we’re doing after the service as well as during it.
Photo by Dan Kennedy.