West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church

Cycles and Seasons

November 1, 2015

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by Reverend Wayne Arnason

The liturgical year in many faith traditions follows a cycle of seasons in both secular and sacred time. We have some-thing similar in Unitarian Universalism although we don’t distinguish between sacred and secular time. I’ve often envied the Catholic and Buddhist liturgical marking of special days dedicated to saints or teachers. How do we honor those who have played such roles in our lives? Looking at the past to see the lineages in which we stand is an important part of harvesting the fruits of this particular season of life. The Free Spirit Band will be performing Neil Young songs for this service

"You Are Like a Hurricane" is played in it's entirety at the end of the service.


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