Our observances include the Christian holidays of Christmas and Easter, although we celebrate these days with a more humanistic orientation. We also honor holidays that come from Judaism, including the High Holy Days and Passover. Our yearly traditions, beloved by many in our fellowship, include the late summer “Water Communion,” our springtime “Flower Communion,” and often a New Year’s “Burning Off” ceremony as well as services where members are invited to share “My Story.”

 

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