Sermon by Maya Ferguson Klinowski.
This service will be online only.
“November for many, including Unitarian Universalists, is a time to celebrate the legacies and remember the lives lost. During gatherings and rituals and gatherings such as Día de los Muertos and All Souls day, we remember their impacts, big and small, good and bad.
Legacies exist beside us year round as plants die in the fall then rise in the spring, and as the habits, celebrations and rituals we hold sacred are repeated through the seasons of our lives.
How do we live with legacy in its single-Truth resisting form?
Holding history, presence and future in mind, how do we live with gentleness?”