November 19th – “Covenant:  A Promise We Keep With Ourselves,”  Rev. Louise Green
People of free faith have long made agreements about how to be together as their best selves, in promises called covenants.  We explore the structure of this rich Unitarian tradition and the relationship to the many freedoms we affirm. This will launch a process of exploring a statement of covenant at River Road, led by the Covenant Task Force, at the request of the Board of Trustees.
November 26th (one service at 10 a.m.)- “Thanksgiving Lessons in Living,” Alexa Fraser, Ministerial Intern
Family people are unlike any people we know.  We’ve known them forever, or maybe more challenging they’ve know us forever. We are close and have drifted, or are getting closer or just love them up.  And they can be challenging, in times like these they can be really challenging. Come come and explore how clans relate and prep for upcoming holidays using gratitude as one of your tools.  You will once again all be together again before you know it.
December 3rd – “Interconnected Beauty, Multicultural Commitment,” Rev. Ladd, Takiyah Amin, Yuri Yamamoto and guest musician Joshua Long
This month, we kick off our holiday theme of “Beauty,” by looking at the grace and beauty that are inherent in a truly multicultural reality.  Our guest speakers are authors and organizers in the UU People of Color Story Project who can testify to the moments of grace we touch when we are truly interconnected.  Special guest musician Joshua Long will also bring his voice to our congregational singing.