Minister’s Message

Living the Questions
Our flaming chalice light means different things to different people. It was purposely designed with a lack of clarity and intentionally left open to interpretation.
For example, what is the symbolism of the flaming chalice for you personally? If you have not reflected on this before, think about what the cup or bowl might mean, what the flame might mean, and what the two could mean together.
Unitarian Universalists believe more than one thing. We think for ourselves, and reflect together, about important questions:
-The existence of a Higher Power
-Life and Death
-Sacred Texts
-Prayer and Spiritual Practices
The sermon on Oct. 1 will explore how each of us is shaped as much by the quality of the questions we are asking as by the answers we have in us to give. It will focus on how our questions themselves become powerful tools for living and growing.
-Rev. Diane
“May kindness and compassion fill our universe, and may we see the light that shines in all”.