Rev. Melissa Carvill-Ziemer and Worship Associate Dani Beale – It is common in Unitarian Universalist congregations (ours included) to liturgically reinterpret Valentine’s Day. We look at the neurotheology of love and the music of love and the practice of loving our neighbors and more. This year we will turn our focus to the love that inspires the ubiquitous flowers and chocolate. Whether you are single or dating, divorced or widowed or married many years, I’d like to hear from you. What do you know about love? What do you know about how love changes over time? What do you know about making love last? I’d like to include some reflections from members and friends of the congregation (anonymously) in our worship service. Write to me by February 8 and I’ll weave some of your words into the service.
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