All are welcome to attend Community Worship services in Bigelow Chapel. Led twice a week by students, faculty, staff and guests, these half-hour weekday services acknowledge the diversity of liturgical traditions represented at United. One day might be a celebration of the Buddhist tradition or a Native American drumming service; another might be a creative Day of the Dead celebration or a stirring faculty induction address.
Tuesdays and Thursdays*
11:35 AM-12:05 PM
|Led by Chaplain John Lee (left) & Music Coordinator Tom Witt (right), this service focuses on simple song, prayer and meditative silence, mirroring the worship experience in the Taizé community of France. For more infomation about the Taizé community, please visit www.taize.fr.|
|“Jesus As Lord – One Woman’s Journey Toward Curiosity”|
|Andrea Johnson, Master of Divinity student, leads worship and preaches on her experience of the idea of Jesus as Lord as a Unitarian Universalist student.|