“Called Into Life”

Rev. Patricia Hart, with Melinda Lee

Easter is many things: a celebration of new life arising from death, a timeless festival of the earth and fertility, and the holiest day in the Christian year. Easter is also a confusing holiday – perhaps especially for those of us who’ve given up on Bible stories. But when we celebrate together, there is wisdom to sustain us all.

This year’s Easter service will be a joyous multigenerational celebration – filled with music, stories, beauty, and joy for all ages. Plus, an Easter egg hunt after the service! Everyone will start and end together in the Sanctuary – in the middle, children and their adult leaders will go down to the Community Room to make some beauty happen.

All those who want to attend in person should register at this link. Everyone who wants or needs to attend online – you’re very welcome, too. Just find the livestream link at uusociety.org/worship-and-music/live-streamed-sunday-worship. However makes the most sense for you, please join us!

To make our Meeting House as safe as possible, we ask that everyone who is 5 and older be vaccinated, and those 2 and older wear a mask while inside. Seating in the Sanctuary has been adjusted for safe distancing, and the ventilation system can accommodate at least 100 people.

All are welcome to Outdoor Coffee Hour at 11 a.m. in front of the Meeting House, and Zoom Coffee Hour at 11:15 a.m. The Zoom link and more information can be found here: Online Coffee Hour