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Sunday, November 1st
Please join us on Zoom this Sunday, November 1st at 10:30 AM for our service titled The Virus and the Veil: Samhain in a Time of Plague with special Guest, the Reverend Molly Brewer.
This Sunday we will be honoring our loved ones who passed away and our beloved ancestors. If you would like photos of your loved ones in a slideshow please email the photos to Lesley Petersen at email@example.com as soon as possible. If you prefer not to email the image we will be asking you to hold up the photos in the Zoom service. Thank you so much!
About the November 1st Sunday Service: The Virus and the Veil: Samhain in a Time of Plague
In many Pagan and Neopagan traditions, Samhain--coinciding with the celebration of Halloween and All Souls--marks the end of the old year and the start of the new, and offers opportunity for us to honor those who have passed this year as well as our ancestors, both of blood and spirit. Lore tells us that the veil separating the world of the living from the Otherworld is thin at this time of year; and in a year when over 200,000 lives have been lost to a preventable contagion, we must be more mindful than ever of our relationships and responsibilities both to those who have passed as well as to those who continue to live. Join us for an invitation into reflection and remembrance, and let this time of profound loss influence our purpose.
Thank you to Today's Participants:
The Reverend Molly Brewer, Guest Minister
Suellen Kipp, Director of Music
Mary Cline Golbitz, Worship Associate
Peter Golbitz, Musician
Walter Peterson, Tech Lead
Lesley Peterson, Musician & Tech Team Member
Mark Brandon, Tech Team Member
Jill Carville, Tech Team Coordinator
Carole Latino, UU Dialogues Host
Helen Dixon, UU Dialogues Host
We continue to remain together as a community during the Covid-19 pandemic. It has been difficult, as we long to be together once again in person – to share a smile, a hug, a conversation over coffee. But this is still not the right time to do so. It is not safe. The pandemic continues. Where do we go from here?