December 3rd: “A Work in Progress” – Stephanie Trudel
December 10th: “And There Was Light” – Rev. Bruce Taylor
Born in Paris and blinded in an accident at the age of seven, Jacques Lusseyran never lost his sense of vision. Guided by the vivid, ongoing experience of an inner light, he drew upon prodigious gifts of empathy and emotional intelligence to make his way in the world. In the face of Nazi occupation, he played a central role in creating and leading a youth resistance movement. Today’s sermon traces the path and significance of an exemplary life..
December 17th: “Mindful Meditation” – Worship Team
December 24th: “Charles Dickens, Unitarian” – Rev. Bruce Taylor
When people think of Christmas, they often remember Charles Dickens and “A Christmas Carol”. Did you know that Dickens was a Unitarian? This Sunday, we will learn how Dickens’ experience of Unitarianism influenced his social conscience and views on human nature.
December 31st: Labyrinth Service – Lauren Soucy
The walking the patterns of a labyrinth symbolizes a journey toward your inner self. Our labyrinth service allows you to contemplate the past leaving worries and thoughts in the maze of the incoming path, to release the negative engergies in the center and to think about the positive energies to bring into your life in the new year as you progress through the journey to the outside of the labyrinth.