The Coming of Age service is the culmination of our ninth and tenth graders’ year long exploration of their Unitarian Universalist identities and will mark their transition into the next stage of spiritual development. Coming of Age participants will be sharing their personal credos answering the question: “what do you set your heart to?”
Ninth and Tenth Graders
This is an All Ages service. Pre-K through Grade 8 stay in sanctuary. The nursery will be open for babies and toddlers.
This Sunday during worship, the sanctuary choir, guest singers and guest instrumentalists will present music from their upcoming Broadway concert. For the anthem, they will sing Robert Edgerton beautiful a cappella arrangement of Leonard Bernstein’s “Somewhere” (from West Side Story). For the introit, the choir, with soloist Jamie Willis, will sing Jonathan Larsen’s dynamic song “La Vie Bohème” (from Rent). Court Gettel (flute), Ben Green (bass), and Rip Jackson (piano) will play two exciting movements from Claude Bolling’s Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano Trio. They will also play Gabriel Fauré’s hauntingly lyrical “Pavane, Op.50.”
Click here to listen to last week’s sermon by Rev. Mary Margaret Earl, Director of the UU Urban Ministry, “Making Beloved Community Real.”