EASTER SUNDAY SERVICE: April 12, 2020, 10:45 Am -"What Do Our Sources Have to Teach Us About Growth and Transformation?" led by Linda Larson.
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Sunday, April 12th Service on Zoom "What Do Our Sources Have to Teach Us About Growth and Transformation?" led by Linda Larson.
Most religions and cultures have some sort of festival around this time of year (or a little earlier, at the Equinox), marking the end of winter and the return of life in spring. In the Christian tradition, this is Holy Week, commemorating Jesus’ time in Jerusalem and his crucifixion, culminating in Easter and the miracle of resurrection. In Judaism, it is the time of Passover--the celebration of the Israelites’ survival of the ten Plagues of Egypt and their release from slavery. These stories are incredibly powerful, though they can be challenging even in the best of times. But now? We may find it difficult to celebrate a return to life when so many are dying; we may not relate to surviving plagues when disease is striking so many around us. Service leader Linda Larson and others will share readings from UU poets and preachers to spark discussion.
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The program committee would appreciate your feedback. Are you happy with the format of recent services? Do you have suggestions? Would you prefer that services also be streamed (via Facebook or YouTube, for example)? Would it be helpful to have some portions recorded so you could watch or listen later? Do you need help with the technology? Would you like to contribute to a future service? Please contact Linda Larson or Kathy Parham.
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SUNDAY SERVICE ONLINE: SUNDAY, April 5, 10:45 "Coffee Hour" and 11:00AM-12:15PM: Journeys Toward Love: Growth and Transformation
Our Boone UU online service on April 5th will introduce our quarterly theme, Journeys Toward Love: Growth and Transformation. We will gather for an online “coffee hour” at 10:45, with the service starting promptly at 11:00. The service will follow this format:
**We welcome children for any part of the service, but will have a special story for them following the welcome at 11:00.
The link for the April 5th service is: https://zoom.us/j/340432889
(Meeting ID: 340 432 889)
Zoom meeting link: https://zoom.us/j/425789673. Meeting Host: Catherine Fountain.
This Sunday we will again gather via Zoom at the time of our regular Sunday service for fellowship and conversation. Together we will light a chalice, share joys and concerns, and then share discussion around what our familiar spaces mean to us. How has staying home (or for some of us, perhaps not being fully at home where we are) and facing the prospect of “sheltering in place” for the foreseeable future changed the way we see the spaces we regularly inhabit?
Sunday, March 22, 11:00am-12:15pm: Community in times of crisis. Zoom meeting link: https://zoom.us/j/480320688. Meeting Host: Catherine Fountain. Join us at the time of our regular Sunday service for fellowship and conversation. This online meeting will not look like a typical Sunday service, but we will light a chalice, share readings and joys and concerns, and then have a discussion around the topic of community and solidarity in times of crisis. We welcome participants to share thoughts and readings around the theme of community during this Zoom-based meeting. If you'd like to share a specific reading please contact Catherine at email@example.com beforehand; this will help with planning for time. You can find instructions for downloading and using Zoom (which is free for those who join a meeting) here: https://foothillsuu.org/resource/zoom-resources/ . Here is a frequently asked question page about Zoom from the Manhatten UU. The description and link for the March 29 service will be uploaded here next week.
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