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Worship With Us This Week
Prelude at 10:15 a.m.
Sunday Worship begins at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday, February 18, 2018
"You Got to Dance When the Spirit Says Dance"
Preaching: The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart
Lent, a season of introspection, traditionally begins with joy. We let our joy free this morning with the gift of dance. The discipline of dance is like the discipline of the spiritual life, which also brings joy. Co-led by members of the Worship Arts Collaborative.
The Court Hill Jazz Trio presents jazz and swing favorites.
Sunday, February 25, 2018
"My Darling: a love affair with the Divine"
Guest Preacher: Rev. Ian White Maher
An exploration into what it can mean when we fall in love with the sacred ground of our being.The Festival Choir returns with three congregational favorites: Listen to the Lambs, The Eyes of All Wait Upon Thee, Let All Creation Bless the Lord.
Rev. Ian White Maher was raised Unitarian Universalist in Portsmouth, NH. Ian first voiced his call to ministry at the age of 21, inspired by his pastor, Bob Karnan. He is a graduate of Harvard Divinity School and has served three congregations in New York City and Brevard, NC. Ian is the founding pastor of Original Blessing, an evangelical Unitarian Universalist community in Brooklyn. He hosts two podcasts exploring the devotional life (Meditations by Ian White Maher and DEVOTED: Exploring the spiritual lives of spiritual leaders) and is taking a year off from ministry to work on a book. He lives in Cambridge, MA.
You can find his work at