What does “holy ground” really mean? We might understand it as a place where two different worlds come together: the divine and the ordinary. In this service, we’ll consider what “holy ground” has to offer us in the spheres of interfaith relationships, environmentalism, and making change for justice.
Centering Thought: Remove your sandals from your feet, for the place on which you stand is holy ground. – the Torah, Book of Exodus
Share the plate: HOME Youth and Resource Center
Celebrant: Benjahmin Boschee, Anchor: David Jeffers
Second service music: UUCS Choir