The Irish spiritual teacher and poet Pádraigh Ó Tuama contends that “death is a constant presence in questions of Religion and Spirituality,” and “always a conversation among the living.” I don’t disagree, but I would suggest that for Unitarian Universalists death is often a silent presence, a wordless conversation.
Despite its looming presence, we rarely talk about death, even here at church. This morning we will begin a conversation, out loud. When we center the essential truth of human mortality, we may find that we are better able to lead lives of integrity and meaning and face our own deaths with intention and agency.
This is a hybrid worship service. Please join us in the sanctuary or by ZOOM: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/8261399470
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