The Rev. Tom Rosiello preaching and leading worship
Note: At the 9 AM Service our children and youth will go directly to the community room for a special Children's Chapel Service. At the 11 AM service children will start in the sanctuary as usual.
This Sunday in our own Unitarian Universalist way, we will observe the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur focusing on its teachings about forgiveness. Some people will never say they are sorry, while others give lip service to the words, but make no real change in their behavior. We will explore the teachings on the necessity of forgiveness in our lives from the Jewish, as well as many other traditions. We will also look at what is really involved in seeking forgiveness and forgiving another person and the consequences and effects that doing so has on our lives and the lives of others. Our service will be enriched by music from the Jewish tradition. In addition, a prize winning young Mexican pianist will be playing our prelude and postlude.