Tending your soul looks like lots of different things for different people. And in this season, surely it looks like finding time for quiet, and rest, and listening within. Perhaps it looks like sitting near a warm near a fire in your home, or having a silent meditation practices that invites you into a time of expectant waiting in darkness.
My wish for you: that there be spaces and community to support your seeking and your experience of beauty and presence in this season. On the worship page and other places on this website are invitations that might help you tend your own spirit & fire. – Rev. Sara Huisjen
Rev. Alfred S. Cole wrote this Christmas meditation: “Into the bright circle of life and light which is the Christmas season we have come, to warm our hearts and minds at the cradle of the child.” On this Christmas Eve, with song and story, with candlelight and silence, we will recall together the hope and mystery at the heart of this holy season. The UUCE Choir will sing!
As the old year draws to an end and we approach the threshold of the new year arriving, what beginnings and endings are at work in you? What do you wish to hold onto or let go of as you mindfully enter into the new year?
Read our December Newsletter.