Christmas: A Disctinctively Unitarian Holiday
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Remember the Dark: A Solstice Cantata
Click Here for Video (You Tube) Celebrant: Ben Spick In "Remember the Dark," UU musician David Glasgow has written an evocative cantata, part choral performance, part one-act musical, that honors the dark of winter and the opportunity for rest and restoration. Thee UU Singers, under the direction of Karen Kraemer, will share the music and insights of Glasgow's work during the Sunday service.
A Unitarian Christmas
Click here for YouTube Anyone who follows the UU Advent Calendar this season may already discovered, with surprise and delight, the unique contributions of Unitarians and Universalists to the celebration of Christmas. As UUs, we make an effort to respect and honor all the world's religious traditions, not merely the traditions we celebrate as individuals. During the 19th century, our Unitarian and Universalist forebears brought a non-conventional perspective to the celebration of Christmas. This morning the UU Singers and Choir Director Karen Kraemer usher us through "A Unitarian Christmas," with beautiful music, meaningful readings, and a delightful patina of history. Special Music, UU Singers & Bell Ave Ringers