Reverend Suzanne Wasilczuk reflects on diversity, appreciation and goodwill to all, as she visits Blue Hills Unitarian-Universalists as guest speaker by way of Zoom, November 7th. To illustrate our hopes for the season, Rev Wasilczuk uses song to express her enthusiasm and hope for the coming holidays.
Celebrating Thanksgiving’s symbolic gathering, “Christians and Pagans, Together at the Table”, Wasilczuk projects that “Much like last year, we will gather in person, or by phone and internet; folks of many different religious and political persuasions – together, to pray in peace and harmony in our attempts at mutual understanding.”
Rev Wasilczuk comes to us from Duluth, MN ZOOM this Sunday October 24th. at 10 a.m. BHUU has resumed gathering at the fellowship hall, but continues all services on Zoom for the benefit of the whole fellowship. The internet link will be sent to members, although all are invited to take part; visitors may contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the link needed. See bluehillsuu.org for more information.