Worship

Ceremony of Commitment

“Love, above all things, is a commitment to your choice.” ―Rob Liano

As we enter our fourth year together, Sacred Path held a ritual of commitment over Labor Day weekend. Sitting in a circle, we began by naming and honoring our ancestors: those who helped bring us to this place and time.

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Experience the Magic of Winter Solstice

Indianapolis area congregations come together in an earth-affirming celebration of the return of the Light

While many are caught up in the hectic pace of the holiday season this time of year, Indianapolis area congregations and community members are preparing to honor the return of the Light on the longest night of the year. The 10th Annual Indy Winter Solstice Celebration is a transformative, earth-affirming joyous event—the only one of its kind in central Indiana. This year, you are invited to set aside the shopping list and take time out for this magical, music-filled evening.

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How Our Faith Calls Us to Respond to #Ferguson

As we mourn the loss of life and stand present to the pain and outrage caused by this week’s events in Ferguson, MO, Bryan Sirtosky asks, “What does our faith call us to do?” How should we respond? How do we “show up” for Ferguson in ways that are meaningful and lead to lasting change?

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[VIDEO] Making Music Out of Thin Air

On March 9th, 2014, Tom Robertson led worship with an improv theme. He drew on his experience as an improv actor in creating an innovative liturgy for the day.

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What’s our community’s sense of place?

By Pam Blevins Hinkle from a sermon, “Water Wisdom,” delivered on Sunday, February 23, 2014
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hat’s our community’s sense of place? Some good places for us might be at the confluences—another river word—at the points where all the UUs in town can mingle and work. Or where many interfaith partners serve together. Or where the arts and faith work together.

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