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Sunday, March 8 ~ 10:45 a.m.

“Emptiness and Love”

Rev. Linda Simmons – Hendrix Hall

The Trappist Monks in South Carolina are an extraordinary people of silence, devotion, and prayerful song. The monks’ lives plumb the depths of emptiness and love. This sermon mines these two concepts with insights gleaned from the monks.

Music with Diane Lehman, Music Director, and the UU Meeting House Choir

Holi Water / Burn Winter (Hindu Holiday)

This week in Religious Exploration we will begin to say goodbye to winter and discuss what we like for spring to bring us.

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 Jen Dunbar and Stefan Silverio.

 

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