Here’s a fun page for Unitarian Universalist style Valentine Day cards. By Jessica Ferguson, Tim Atkins We’re very grateful to Tim Atkins (copy) and Jessica Ferguson (design) for sharing their UU Valentines with WorshipWeb: We go together like a flame and a chalice Let’s let our interconnected webs interconnect, baby I love you more than [Henry David] Thoreau loved the woods Will you join the committee of my heart? Every day I thank (please check box) for you You are the answer to my prayers, meditations, and/or moments of quiet reflection I love you more than fair trade coffee…. almost
Holidays and Traditions
Jewish Celebrations at UCV Our congregation had a very successful Hanukkah party on December 9th with 60 people including about a dozen kids of all ages. There were dreidls and menorahs and yes, latkes! (Thanks, Patti, Tara and Elliott). One of the biggest successes is that there’s an enthusiastic group of Unitarians with Jewish roots who are getting together to plan events for the next Annual Hanukkah party and possibly other Jewish celebrations such as Passover and Rosh Hashanah. Come along whether your background is Jewish or you just want to learn more–and enjoy a celebratory dinner with other Unitarians and their friends and families. Note: Passover in 2018 will be March 30-April 7. Link to Passover Seder/Dinner Event with details. Rosh Hashanah 2018 will begin in the evening of Sunday, September 9 and ends in the evening of Tuesday, September 11. Contact Sheila by email if you’d like to get … Continued
Traditions and Events for December One of the creators of the Spirit Play program created a Unitarian Advent Calendar. Could we add Canadian Unitairian significant dates and people? https://www.uua.org/offices/people/ralph-y-roberts Most of the graphics have historical events and figures from U.S. connections. I chose these two to put here as they’re related to holidays and traditions that we celebrate at our congregation. Here’s a youtube video of Malvina Reynold’s song Eight Candles. Here’s more about Malvina Reynolds noting her Jewish background. Resources Recommended by Harvard Square Library Reynolds, Malvina and Emmy Lou Packard. The Malvina Reynolds Songbook. Berkeley: Schroeder Music Company, 1974. Here’s a song called “Quiet” by Reynolds.