This Sunday’s service: Rhythm, music, and justice


What does the experience of music tell us about how we live out our faith in the world? What does it tell us about the community we build together? Join us this Sunday, September 28, for rhythm and song, quiet reflection, and an experience of the holy in music. The service will begin at 10:30 a.m. followed by coffee and fellowship at about 11:30. Lunch and a drumming workshop (1 to 2:30 p.m.) will follow. See details here.

Matt’s “Drumming and Spirituality” workshop is a chance for people of all skill levels to participate in hands-on rhythm-making. We will experience the connection of community music-making through different activities, stories, games, and discussions as well as look at how rhythm and music intersect with Unitarian Universalist values. Bring your own drum if you have one. For those who don’t, enough will provided.

Matt is a musician and community organizer who has lead hundreds services for UU congregations across the country. He has studied abroad in Cuba, Ghana, and Central America and is also a founding resident of the Lucy Stone Cooperative, an intentional community grounded in the values and tradition of Unitarian Universalism.

Religious education classes are offered, and visitors are always welcome.

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