WORSHIP AT HOME: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2021 AT 10:30 AM
MAKING SENSE OF WHERE WE ARE NOW with First Universalist Congregants and Sam Chandler, Music Director
It has been almost a year since our lives in Maine started being daily impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. How do we make sense of this? How do we go forth now, understanding all the events that have occured since then? One answer to this question is: poetry helps. Please join us this Sunday for an unusual service crafted entirely of poems. A dozen poems will be shared by 7 people. There is to be music and chalice-lighting as usual; and time for Joys & Sorrows at the end. But the body of the service consists of carefully chosen words by both current poets and poets from previous times. Please join us as we share these spoken gems.
Please note: The fourth Sunday of each month is our Gathering Sunday, held on Zoom and led by the Worship Council or other lay leaders. This service will NOT be recorded.
- This week’s service is being held live on Zoom: Join and enter password: COMMUNITY
- You can give to the half-plate offering online at any time: Donate
OTHER WAYS TO WORSHIP OR CONNECT AT HOME
Fellowship follows the worship service on Sundays, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm, and can be accessed on Zoom by clicking here and entering the password: COMMUNITY.
On Wednesday evenings, we hold a contemplative and meditative Vespers service from 7 – 7:30 pm on Zoom. Click here and enter the password: PEACE to join.
On Fridays at 12:00 pm, a casual fellowship hour conversation occurs on Zoom. Click here and enter the password: YUM to join.
Learn more about our programs for children and youth by visiting our virtual programs page.
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