White Stone Ceremony

Date and Time: Sunday, January 8, 2023 - 10:00 am - 11:00 am


White Stone Ceremony

In Roman times, when a slave was freed they were given a white stone upon which they could write a new name.  Today, the White Stone ceremony is an opportunity to “free ourselves” from the old, and set intentions for the new year.

Each person is given a stone and through a guided meditation, is encouraged to discover what that word is for yourself.  Once it is written on the stone you can keep in your pocket or a special place as a reminder throughout the year.


10:00 AM Sunday Service – Seeds of Hope

“Setting intentions directs the mind and gives us purpose. When we lose sight of our purpose, a void is created and we can easily stray off our path. Focusing on your heart and what’s important to you creates clarity and self-discovery devoting you to finding your dharma.” Joan Hyman

1. Plant seeds of intention that direct the course of 2023.

2. Who are you called to be? What is the quality that is seeking to express through you? Where is your joy?

Thank you:
Senior Minister: Rev. Karen Lindvig
Associate Minister: Rev. Diane Robertson
Technical Audio:  Nick Charlton
Technical Livestream: David Comeaux
Prayer Chaplains (In-Person):
Prayer Chaplains (Online):
Staff: Karen R. Smith
Worship Arts: Sonia Vargas, Frances and Mario Lorenz, Erin McGaughan, Jesse Whitford, Olivia Hamilton, and David Loy.


11 AM Sunday Fellowship in Unity Hall


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Tags: expression, Seeds of Hope, intentions, joy, White Stone, Sunday Service