The highest holy day of Judaism is Yom Kippur, Day of Atonement. Unitarian Universalists draw wisdom from six sources, and the teachings of Judaism and Christianity are among these. Today’s service will reflect on both the historical meaning of Yom Kippur and the practice of seeking atonement as 21st century Unitarian Universalists. Rev. Jenny is worship leader, and we will enjoy special music recorded by Brian Attebery and Mark Niewirth.
Attend in person at the Meeting House, 426 W Lewis, or via Zoom. Wearing a mask at the Meeting House is appreciated, and some are available if needed.
Find the Sunday Worship service on the Zoom links page: Links to On-Line Gatherings