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Blessing Of The Animals Service 2020
Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lynn (MA) Rev. Dr. Victoria Weinstein, Parish Minister Service segment for October 4, 2020 We gathered to give thanks for the non-human members of our community, to remember those who have died recently, to sing about our place in creation and to share stories about beloved animal companions.
Too Close Too Far UUCGL Service September 27 2020
Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lynn (MA) Rev. Dr. Victoria Weinstein, Parish Minister Segment of virtual service for September 27, 2020 Inspired by the Jewish high holy days, we reflect on how the stresses and strains of the pandemic and other crises in American life can lead all of us to engage in harmful behaviors. "We forgive ourselves and each other, we begin again in love." Worship Leaders this morning were Trudi and Jim Olivetti, Chalice Lighters; Kenneth Griffith, Music Director; Susan Kelley, Faith Development Teacher; David Collins, Piano; UUCGL Choir and Steve Deveau, Media Editor.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lynn Rev. Dr. Victoria Weinstein, Parish Minister Partial virtual service for September 20, 2020. We gather live on Zoom for the beginning and end of the service. This is the pre-recorded segments containing the hymns, readings and sermon. Soloist, Kaleb Thomas, Piano, David Collins. Voices, the UUCGL Choir. Music Director, Kenneth Griffith III.
Summer Sundays: August 16 2020 "My Soul Song"
Sarah Cecil offers a reflection on Estonian composer Pärt Uusberg beautiful choral piece, "Muusik" based on a poem by Juhan Liiv, English Translation by Peter Lohuaru. Somewhere there must be the original harmony, somewhere in the vastness of nature, hidden. It is in its mighty spread and breadth, in the distances between galaxies, it’s in the brilliance of the sun, in small flowers, in the breezes through forests, in a mother’s voice speaking the music of the heart, or in the water of tears. Somewhere there must be immortality. Somewhere the first harmonic sound exists. How else into the heart of a person could it have arrived as music?
Summer Sundays at UUCGL: August 9 2020
My Soul Song: "Talking About A Revolution" by Tracy Chapman. Kenneth Griffith II, our Music Director, leads this Sunday's "audio divina" (divine listening), taking us through a reflection of this beautiful social justice anthem released in 1988 but with fresh relevance for today.
My Soul Song: August 2, 2020 UUCGL Summer Sunday
We begin our August 2020 Summer Sundays with the first of the "My Soul Song" series, with Rev. Vicki sharing reflections ("audio divina") from a careful listen to "I'll Be Seeing You." Rev. Dr. Victoria Weinstein, Reflections David Collins, Piano Greg Gallo, Guitar