The Burning Bowl service is about letting go, metaphoric cleansing and quenching of thirst, setting of intentions, self-anointing, healing, new beginnings and possibilities. It is a service of words, music and the ritual of the burning bowl. At each stop around the circle of flame, … read more.
Today we will focus on Ujamaa (OO-JAH-MAH), the fourth of the seven principles of Kwanzaa, which promotes Cooperative Economics. Often, this principle has been interpreted narrowly as supporting black businesses to keep more money circulating in the black community; however, it is much more than … read more.
Please join us for our traditional Stone Soup service! This service reminds us of the importance of paying attention to what we have, sharing generously with others, and celebrating what we can create together.
In the Unitarian Universalist tradition, it is the privilege and responsibility of the congregation to ordain a minister. Following this tradition, the ordination of Justin McCreary is sponsored, with excitement, deep love, and respect, by the Unitarian Universalist Church of Jackson, Mississippi. UUCJ would like … read more.