Our Unitarian Universalist ancestors live again on this All Hallows Eve. Showing up are some admirable spiritual siblings who made their mark in the advancement of science, the arts and humanitarian endeavours. Meet the British nurse Florence Nightingale, and the Czechoslovakian/Canadian humanitarian Lotta Hitchmanova. They are joined by scientist and mathematician Sir Isaac Newton, transcendentalist Ralph Waldo Emerson and children’s writer Beatrix Potter. Please welcome these hallowed souls from our Unitarian Universalist past! This is a great service to bring a friend to.
Join Debra and a host of characters from the past in person and online via Zoom with this Service Link a few minutes prior to the service.