Thanksgiving Bread Communion – Rev. Kent Matthies with Music Director Mark Daugherty & CommUUnity Day Drummers, Singers, Yoga Sadhakas, Poets, Storybook Makers, & Chanters

As an important part of an enriching, multi-generational Community Day we will celebrate a meaningful, participatory Thanksgiving bread communion. At all ages, we go through exciting and challenging situations. Regardless of circumstance we can do what we can to give back to life with generosity.  

Service Is Our Prayer, Rev. Libby Smith

Our theologies and our spiritual practices may vary, but at the heart of our religious life is a call to serve others, a call that transcends all our differences and brings us together in a shared expression of faith. The Rev. Libby Smith has served UU congregations in Rockport, MA and Langhorne and Warrington, PA.

We’re All in This Together, Connie Simon, Intern Minister

Census reports show that poverty in Philadelphia remains the worst among the nation’s big cities.  Government doesn’t seem to have any answers.  What is our responsibility as people of faith?  How can we work together with interfaith partners to help our community?