All our lives we need others and others need us: A Multigenerational Service
Please join us for a service designed to engage everyone, from youngsters to elders, in a shared UU experience that celebrates our desire to accept each person as a teacher and a learner. Everyone is invited to join in mind, heart and spirit, use multiple learning modes, and explore UU principles together. In addition to a shorter service, there’ll be music, service projects, hands on activities, the opportunity to talk to each other, and perhaps a surprise or two!
Why hold a specifically multi-generational service? Because our “living tradition” challenges us to share and practice our principles when we gather in our building as well as in our broader community. We show each other that building community is not only an intellectual pursuit, but a process that recognizes that each person is important—a process that values that we all give and we all receive in different ways. You are a unique part of our community—together we imagine a better world—and our collective power creates change.
This service is brought to you by the Education Committee, Educator Deborah‐Eve Lombard, and Fellowship members of all ages. After a short service, each participant will select one or more activities from 7 possible stations that include singing together, assembling chalice cards for congregational care and making treats to share.