Is there any season laden with more expectations? How do we deal with both expectation and disappointment? How do we claim this season as one of reflection and meditation on light?
Both services will be a combination of stories and music. The first service features our choir and is family oriented. The second service is more meditative and will include the acoustic guitar accompaniment of Judy Fjell. This is a recording of the second service only.
Perhaps the oldest of winter holidays, the Solstice marks the end of the longest night of the year and the beginning of the lengthening of our days. All ages are welcome to drum, sing, and implore the sun to make its return!
A carol is a song or hymn whose theme is usually that of Christmas. For years, they were banned from being sung in churches and were sung in homes and on the streets. Come and learn about the stories behinds some of the carols and sing them out boldly- in church!
Members of the congregation share their stories of gratitude.
In this service we reflect on and partake the harvest of our thanksgivings.
How do we live each day with gratitude? How do we find it in the midst of stress and strain? Where do we locate gratitude and where do we find blessings?
There are four sizes of churches based on numbers of members: Family, Pastoral, Program, and Corporate. Where has WUUC been size-wise and heritage-wise and what is it becoming?
This is the day when we bring and mingle the waters that have special meaning to us with the waters that others bring. As we mingle the waters, we share our stories about them and re-form our community once again.