What does our mission call us to be and do? Our UUA President the Rev. Susan Frederick Gray provides a compelling answer: “This is no time for a casual faith.” During this week of furlough for our senior staff team, join the Cedar Lane Board of Trustees and other Cedar Lane members in a service and conversation about what our mission and values call us to be and do in these times.
Climate strikes, strong science, and an energized politics are focusing global attention on the urgency of addressing the climate crisis. How do our spiritual values and practice help us discern a way forward in our lives, our community, our country, and world? The service will investigate. We will share the plate with Interfaith Power and Light.
In this multigenerational service dedicated to remembering our beloveds who have died, we explore what it takes to create a sanctuary of belonging strong enough to hold our deepest sorrows and deep enough to sustain our commitment to practice hospitality.
It’s UN Sunday! Rev. Katie and Don Bliss will share reflections to explore the connection between the work of the UN and our UU faith.
Join Cedar Laners and members of the Indo-American community across the DMV region for a special Spirit Experience to celebrate Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights. The service will feature Indian dance, music, a children’s play on Diwali, reflections, and the lighting of lamps. The service will blend together a faith and cultural tapestry which celebrates the beauty, diversity, and oneness of the human journey. The evening will conclude with delicious vegetarian Indian food and the lighting of sparklers.