This past Sunday we had our annual break out service and once again we showed that worship can be “done” in many ways. People of all ages came together around the theme of love. At the end of the service we came back together and one person from each group gave a short summary of their break out group’s work. The music group sang two songs “Dear World” and “I’m in Love with A Big Blue Frog.” Many thanks to our two elementary age ukulele players who accompanied the choir!
Worship through Music – Brenda Miller & Alyson Miller – (Sanctuary)
Is it any wonder that nearly all of the music ever composed is about, or inspired by, LOVE? Love and music are universal languages. Whether sung or instrumental, music carries with it the often unspoken emotions of the composer and the interpreter. Led by some of our very youngest, we will learn a song called “Dear World” and hopefully a second song which speaks of love across the color spectrum – a humorous song with a social message. Come, let us sing! Prior experience not necessary!
Worship through Service – Rebecca Fricke & Adrian (Craig’s Doors) – (Conference Room)
Giving of our time and resources is a large part of who we are as UUs. This morning we will be sorting our hygiene donations for clients of Craig’s Doors as well as talking about how we can be part of the change. In learning about the needs of our community we grow intellectually and in acting on our principles we grow spiritually.
Worship through Art – Susan Rice – (Classrooms A and B)
Our First Principle: The inherent worth and dignity of every person will be our starting point for today’s activities. Taking care of each other requires patience, love and hard work. During this session we will be making Valentine Cards for the guests at Craig’s Doors.
Worship through Conversation – Cindy Frado & Jade Lovett – (Willie Eaton Social Hall)
There are many different kinds of love, but each of them requires a certain amount of attentiveness and proper care if they are to blossom into something of lasting beauty and endurance. Today in worshipful conversation, we will explore and lift-up the many facets of love.