December 21 and 28:
No UUFW Services
Theme: Spiritual Practice
Presenter: Steve Leonardi; Coordinator: John Collins
Presenter: Jim Armstrong; Coordinator: Laura Armstrong
The Feast of Epiphany, usually celebrated on Jan. 6th, celebrates the arrival of the Three Kings to the stable where Jesus lay and signals the end of the feasting and celebrating of the holiday season. The concept of “epiphany” has entered popular consciousness as “a scientific breakthrough, religious or philosophical discoveries,” or “any situation in which an enlightening realization allows a problem or situation to be understood from a new and deeper perspective.” What epiphanies have we had? What does epiphany mean to us today? How might we be more ready to experience one?
Services are held at 10 am each Sunday, from September to May in Lourdes Hall, 457 Gould St., Winona. All are welcome to come for Silent Meditation (with brief meditation instructions) at 9am Sundays in the K-4 classroom. People who like to sing are encouraged to “warm up” their voices with Nancy at 9:45 am before the Sunday Services.