September 8 Service at 10:30 AM
Rev. Julie Lombard, Minister
In the fullness of shared tradition, we gather by bringing waters from the many directions of our faith journeys. This ingathering, also called a “Water Communion,” is a beloved UU tradition. This ritual is celebrated as folks return and bring water that has sacred significance for them. Poured into a common bowl, these
waters signify our coming together again, as a of symbol of many becoming one. It’s a celebration and blessing of our unique unity, not a competition to see who travelled the farthest. Please join us for this multigenerational worship service where we will explore human nature and the warm welcome of another new church year.