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AUG 14 — Rev. Lorraine Jones "Water Communion"

The Water Communion, also sometimes called Water Ceremony, was first used at a UU worship service in the 1980s. Bring a sample of water from your summer travels or a place that is special to you. [Read More]

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I have always been a Universalist, though I was unfamiliar with the term until much later in my life.  I believe that All-That-Is vibrates at the frequency of Love, so how could any “Father” damn His children to Hell?

Mind, I have lots of “less than orthodox” beliefs about reality and about the Divine.  I never seemed to fit in with any mainstream faith organization.  Somehow, I stumbled upon Mountain Light Unitarian Universalist Church and found that all of my “weird” beliefs would be tolerated, some even encouraged – so long as my personal search for Truth was both free and responsible.

This was the beloved community for which I had been searching.  I found a new family when I found Mountain Light and Unitarian Universalism.

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