Christmas is such a nice time to look back at this year. The UU Fellowship has welcomed some new faces, many who have joined our happy band (orchestra?) New grandchildren for some of our members, spread out across the country. (If you’re old enough, you remember those parents as kids!)
Closer to home, we should be thankful for the many—and varied—committees that people give their time to that fulfill our hopes as a church. They, along with the policy board and staff, navigate for us, moving the Fellowship forward in an era of change and turbulence.
Things have frequently been rocky for as long as Unitarian Universalism has existed and it’s always been folks like these who make sure we keep placing one foot in front of the other, standing on the side of love.
Christmas trees are a symbol of memories and hope, aren’t they?