“A Season for Wonderment,” December 4, 2022
On December 4th, UUCC joyfully welcomes back to our pulpit Esther Wallace, M.Div. Her sermon is entitled “A Season For Wonderment.” Inspired by the Touchstones Theme of Awe, she reflects on wonderment in its many forms: The coming of darkness that reveals radiant starlight. A device that fits in the palm of our hands, offering us infinite connections and boundless knowledge. A riotous bloom of color in a drab landscape. The makings of wonderment are all around us, yet it can be so easy to lose touch with the ways we encounter awe in the ordinary and everyday facets of life. This service invites us to consider the presence and importance of awe in our day-to-day lives and our Unitarian Universalist spiritual practices.
This live in-person service takes place at Odd Fellows Hall, 526 Main Street, Half Moon Bay, CA, 94019. Out of an abundance of caution, we require mask wearing for churchgoers throughout the service—with the exception of those actively speaking at the front of the room. Odd Fellows Hall has quite new high-circulation air ventilation system. Since May, with our mask protocols in place, no one attending our in-person services at Odd Fellows Hall has caught COVID. If you are a first-time visitor, we ask for proof of vaccinations.
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