We are a congregation that affirms and welcomes people of all races, genders, and sexual orientations. We strive to be a caring community where children and adults can safely learn and grow in mind, spirit and desire to serve. We come from many different faith traditions, and follow different paths. What binds us together is our respect for each other, our willingness to listen, our commitment to the principles of Unitarian Universalism, and the promises we make to create a community together. We worship, we teach our children and each other, we serve the hungry, we sponsor social justice programs and events. And we have fun!
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Reverend Janet C. Bush, Minister
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“Because I Can”
Lynne Marie WanamakerThoughts on spiritual practice and forgiveness. Music by Leah Dunham, Alice Wanamaker and John Gaustad.
August 9“Coming to the Pond: Surrender and Prayer”
Karen G. JohnstonWhat do we ask of prayer? What does it ask of us? It does not matter if we identify as humanist or theist or something wholly else. When life presents us with something more than we can manage, can surrender and prayer make new things possible? With reflections from Karen’s experience as a hospital chaplain intern and her own explorations of prayer as a non-theist.
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Unitarian Society of
Northampton and Florence
220 Main Street
Northampton, MA 01060
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