Rick Spradlin talks about Halloween, the non-scary holiday

This service will be presented live in a Zoom videoconference at 11 a.m. Lay Leader Rick Spradlin will talk many religious traditions that celebrate Halloween and related holidays.

You can join the Sunday Zoom service by using the link members and friends receive every week. The service begins promptly at 11 a.m., so please sign in early. For more information, see this post on our website.

Rick Spradlin

In March we began posting pre-recorded services on YouTube. Last Sunday (October 18) we switched to live services on Zoom. That we we all can participate in the service via Zoom chat. The live services also offer an opportunity to come together at the same time on the same day. In-person services are still better, but this is the next best thing, especially during a pandemic.

As the pandemic abates, we’ll gradually return to in-person services at Grace Fellowship Hall—with limits on the number of people who can attend, strict social distancing and masks. That said, the Unitarian Universalist Association is recommending that UU congregations not meet in person until May 2021. That’s only a recommendation, and it could change depending on the course of the pandemic and progress on creating an effective vaccine.

Meanwhile, please join us in this next phase  of our pandemic survival project.

Watch this space for more information about Rick’s talk this Sunday. If you have question or comment about live services on Zoom, send us an email.