Día de Muertos is a holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and the people of Mexican heritage elsewhere. Congregants are encouraged to bring pictures and favorite articles of their friends and family members who have died to be put on a colorful makeshift ofrenda in the sanctuary.
Rev. Dr. Stephen H. Furrer
Rev. Furrer’s second chapter on our ESUC history, focuses on the acquisition of our current property and, in particular, on the old farmhouse at its heart: Holly House.
Part 1 of Rev. Stephen Furrer’s History of ESUC will focus on the state of Unitarianism in the years immediately following World War II and how Rev. Lon Ray Call (ESUC’s first Minister) launched this congregation—and over a hundred others across the USA.
Rev. Furrer talks about what are—or should be—about and outlines some of the changes he will be making in our weekly Order of Service.
Rev. Furrer outlines what he considers to be the four, interlocking foci of healthy, dynamic congregations: worship & the celebration of life, caring community, religious education, and ethical reflection & moral action.
After 11:00 a.m. worship, join Rev. Furrer for a talk back to discuss this … read more.