Sermon by Rev. Lynn Harrison.
This Sunday, we begin a new worship series entitled “Still,” designed to help us find deeper peace during what can be, for many, a busy holiday season.
We’ll begin our service in a new way: in silence! Entering the sanctuary, we’ll enjoy a few minutes of quiet reflection before the service begins. Then we’ll be guided and inspired by beautiful music from the First Unitarian choir and resident musicians, as well as calming wisdom from many sources, including Pico Iyer's "The Art of Stillness."
Also, as we look ahead to December 6th, we’ll mark the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women during this Sunday’s service…and we’ll begin the annual Season of Lights that brings together people of many religious traditions at this time of year.
Pico Iyer writes, “In an age of constant movement, nothing is more urgent than sitting still.” We invite you to find a stillness, in community with us, this coming Sunday.
Please Enter in Quiet
For the "Still" series of worship services during the month of December, we'll enter the sanctuary in silence, and enjoy a few minutes of quiet reflection before our service begins. Feel free to meet and greet your friends in Workman Hall or the narthex beforehand. We hope you enjoy these times of quiet during the holiday season.
View the Order of Service.