DRE Cathy Seggel

Easter (and Passover!): A Multigenerational Service

As spring blooms, it’s time to look at aspects of the Easter story for lessons, wisdom, maybe some things we’ve forgotten, or never knew, about Easter and the meaning it can hold for UUs.  Childcare for infants to three-year-olds will be available in the Parish House.

Blessing of the Animals: A Multigenerational Service

Come one, come all as we honor the creatures with whom we share our world. We especially welcome pets and companions who share our homes and our lives to receive blessings and gratitude for the gifts they offer us every day. Bring your beloved animal, in real or virtual form…just make sure they’re appropriately leashed, … Continued

The Wholly Family, A Multigenerational Service

An annual celebration of the many ways we are family. Over the years, family stories have been shared by people of many ages, races, economic conditions and family configurations: GBLTQ, “traditional” couples, one parent, and single-person families. Childcare for infants to three-year-olds will be available in the Parish House.

Multigenerational Christmas Eve Service

A Christmas Reflection by Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay What joy to celebrate all these infants, our future, to remember the power of every human being to make a difference in the world as we celebrate the beautiful, impossible, beloved story of the nativity.   At this time of year, I always think of the message of … Continued

Solstice: A Multigenerational Service

Our multigenerational solstice celebration will have something for all as we enter the time of Yule and honor the season’s power and beauty, here and now. Childcare for ages newborn through three will be available in the Parish Hall.

Rhode Island Thanksgiving Reflections

Reflections by Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay and DRE Cathy Seggel Reflection 1:  Native Peoples Audio Recording To listen to this reflection, click on the arrow below at the left: Liz: Asco Wequassin!  This is the native greeting of the Algonqian people, who were here in the beginning. Cathy: Will you say it with us now? … Continued