Sunday ServicesUnless otherwise noted, all Services begin at 10:30am
A Stone of Hope:
A service in honor of the 90th birthday of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr, led by Robert Garisto, with video of Dr. King.
A House of Hope:
by Jay Wolin, read by Marian Russo.
An exploration of the sources of hope through a celebration of UU historical figures: “Hope comes from looking back and knowing we are on that arc… Hope comes from looking forwardand knowing can we harness the collective power of [the community around us]… Hope comes fromlooking [deeply] and knowing we can change, and grow…”
Hope is a Journey:
Lessons about hope and guideposts on the spiritual journey of hope. A recorded sermon by Rob Hardies. “Hope is not given or delivered… In order to be hopeful people we must work at it. We must make of hope a life-long spiritual disciple, an intentional practice. Hope is like love in this way; it is not a once-and-for-all cure; It is one of the most important on-going spiritual projects of our lives. Hope is a journey. A difficult path, through our beautiful and broken world.”
New Year: Resolutions? Or Covenant?
A Sermon for the Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware, delivered by Dr. Len Bowman on January 1, 2017. “This year is a year of crisis… In place of resolutions, let us covenant together to work towards a better new year.”
A Christmas Carol:
Let us gather, sing together, and lift spirits with the classic story of Ebenezer Scrooge, presented in Laidback Skit fashion. (What’s a Laidback Skit? It’s a participatory, no-pressure production—basically, a narrated storytime with Players who help act it out. No lines to memorize.) Ted Haiman will provide piano accompaniment. Optional: bring a plant-based contribution for refreshments. We look forward to seeing you!