members of the First Unitarian,
agree to . . .
each other in an atmosphere of
welcome, acceptance, and caring
9:30 a.m. and 11:00
a.m. in the Sanctuary
"Darkness," The Rev. Angela Herrera
The poet William Stafford used to rise early in the winter to run before dawn, in moments he called "little gems of darkness." A sermon on the spiritual wisdom of darkness, whether it is the darkness of the season or a dark night the soul. The first in a two part series.
Music: Wojciech Milewski
“Light" The Rev. Angela Herrera
On the day of First Unitarian's green energy celebration, the second in a two part sermon series on darkness and light. What does light represent in religion and spirituality? How does it relate to darkness?