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Cindy  Davidson, Minister leads the service, "Seeking, Speaking Words of Peace Resolving to use Language that Matters"

The Nininger Family Singers will share classic songs and holiday favorites in this very special musical service.

Mark  Bernstein  –  Can Literature and Art Change Your Life?

Marc Bernstein discusses the impact certain books and works of art have had on him, and invites congregants to talk about similar experiences in their own lives.  

Cindy Davidson, Minister - Waiting for Peace, by Candlelight


David  Thwaite  – 100th  Anniversary  of  Armistice  Day

Stories and memories of WWI in letters written and songs sung.

Forgiveness is Healing

Evelyn  Montanez  -  Forgiveness  is  Healing

Remember when you forgive, you heal. When you let go, you grow... Even when it’s forgiving oneself.

The 4th UU's own Social Justice Committee presents the first in a series of four services this year.  This service is titled Looking Back/Stepping Forward.  The Social Justice Committee consists of Jim Rodriguez, Alan Weger, Bill Hart, Beth Woogen & Erik Brown and is guided by our Minister Cindy Davidson.

Our Minister Cindy Davidson reflects on...

This is What Democracy Looks Like!

Our Minister shares personal stories about letting go.

Impermanence (The Buddha taught that everything is impermanent).  A description of how the Buddha taught the everything is impermanent.  That includes flowers, tables, mountains, political regimes, our body, feelings, perceptions, mental formations, and consciousness.  This impermanence does not necessarily lead to suffering.  Without impermanence, life could not be.   

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