All Are Welcome at the Table

On Christmas Day, we hold a quiet space where an historic Unitarian service of communion invites all to feast and be satisfied/ “Come, not because you must, but because you may. Come not to express an opinion, but to seek a Presence.”

Blue Christmas: At the Gate of the Year

December 25, 1939, England was at war, and the overall mood was one of fear and anxiety. In his Christmas radio broadcast, King George VI overcame his stutter to read a poem that asked the listener not to search for a light, but to go out into the darkness, to tread “gladly into the night.” … Continued