Saturday, May 2, 7:00 PM
Beltane (May Day) Gathering
Come dance the May Pole as we celebrate the beginning of the three months with the greatest daylight as well as the sacred union of the masculine and the feminine. Bring flowers for the event. Finger food is appreciated for sharing afterwards.
This is one of the eight earth-centered celebrations that make up the Wheel of the Year. We honor the annual cycle of light and dark and show gratitude for the abundance from our father Sun and mother Earth.
Sunday, May 3, 9:30 AM and 11:00 AM
"The Mind, The Flower, and the Diamond Thunderbolt" with Rev. Jill McAllister
We’ll conclude our year-long consideration of the world’s great religious traditions with a look at several aspects of Buddhism. This morning, we'll look at the several main "schools" of Buddhist thought and practice, and what Buddhism looks like in America, in Corvallis, and within the UUFC.
* Childcare for Infants and Toddlers is provided at both Sunday morning services.
* Religious Exploration classes are available for Children and Youth during the 11AM service.
* Recordings of previous services are found in our Sermon Archive.
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