Sunday Services

September 6

 

 “Sharing Gifts”

 

Please bring a favorite poem or reading and be ready to tell us why you like it.  Nothing comes to mind?  Join us anyway to listen and be together.  

This will be our final summer service.  Thanks to all of you who joined me on Sunday.  Meeting with you each week has been a pleasure.  Thanks, especially to Mary Crowell for “hosting” us.

Cindy Spring

SUNDAY SERVICE LIVE STREAM VIA ZOOM

https://zoom.us/j/567620881 

September 13

 

 

Begin Again - Water Communion and In-gathering

Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes

Whether you are a familiar face or an on-line visitor, we welcome you on this Sunday as we resume our regular Sunday services. For this Water Communion service, we'll celebrate in-gathering with an all-generations service that will include song, story, humor, and tenderness. Join us as we welcome one another, those who are new and those returning, into this community of love, memory, and possibility.

SUNDAY SERVICE LIVE STREAM VIA ZOOM

https://zoom.us/j/567620881 

September 20

 

The Saving Power of Universalist Theology

Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes

Our Universalist ancestors believed that all people are born worthy and that all are saved by the grace of something greater than themselves. Join us to explore our Universalist roots and imagine the saving power of humility and grace in our own times.

SUNDAY SERVICE LIVE STREAM VIA ZOOM

https://zoom.us/j/567620881

September 27

 

 

The Break before the Bend

Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes

Our Culture asks us to be strong, to be unbreakable. On this Sunday morning, we'll explore the truth about brokenness and rest, and their combined capacity to help us to live fuller, more meaningful lives. In our better moments, we might even welcome them. 

 

SUNDAY SERVICE LIVE STREAM VIA ZOOM

https://zoom.us/j/567620881

About our Services

Starr King Unitarian Universalist Sunday Services follow a traditional Unitarian Universalist structure. All services begin at 9:30 a.m. and last about an hour. 

Elements of a typical morning worship service usually include:

  • Words of welcome

  • Lighting a flaming chalice, the symbol of our faith

  • A multigenerational segment, such as a “The Story”

  • Music, both instrumental and vocal and in a variety of styles

  • A time for lifting up the joys and concerns of the congregation

  • meditation or prayer

  • Readings—ancient or contemporary

  • A sermon given by a professional minister, a guest speaker, or a member of the congregation

  • An offering, collecting financial donations for the congregation or for justice work in the community.

603-536-8908

101 Fairgrounds Road, PO Box 337

 Plymouth, NH 03264

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