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
Senior Minister: Rev. Karen Lindvig
Associate Minister: Rev. Diane Robertson
Technical Audio: Nick Charlton
Technical Livestream: Phil Homan
Prayer Chaplains (In-Person):
Prayer Chaplains (Online):
Staff: Karen R. Smith
11 AM Sunday Fellowship in Unity Hall
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