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Sunday, March 29 ~ 10:45 a.m.
Rev. Linda Simmons – Hendrix Hall
The coming of Spring, celebrated around the world as the equinox, lent, the new year, the birth of prophets, and Passover, heralds a time of self-reflection that calls us to the ground of our being. How might we translate this ground of being so that it is relevant and meaningful in our lives?
Music with Diane Lehman, Music Director, and the UU Meeting House Choir
Spring and Spirit Play
In Religious Exploration this week we will be continuing our Spring theme. In addition to continuing to learn “The Garden Song” with help from fellow UUer Pete Seeger (via YouTube!), we will be doing a “Plant Meditation” where we imagine we are plants and what that might feel like as we stretch our roots down below and our leaves up above. The Story of Naamah, the wife of Noah who is “the Guardian of all Living Plants”, will be shared using story props from a basket (this is how we tell stories using the UU Spirit Play curriculum), and we will begin to make our own Naamah’s Garden on the Activities Room bulletin board.
The children can engage in social justice every Sunday by bringing items for the food pantry to the service.
Religious Exploration this week will be led by Susan Richards, Emily Seawall, and Stefan Silverio.
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