We will be celebrating the Hindu Festival of Lights known as “Divali”–which is something like a combination of Christmas, Hanukkah, Thanksgiving, New Year, and the 4th of July. (The actual date that Divali starts on is November 14th, the day before this Sunday.)
Hinduism teaches that all of us are divine at our core, so Tony’s sermon will explore what we UU’s call “the inherent worth and dignity of every person” but which Buddhists call “Buddha nature,” and Hindus call “ste” (as in Nama-ste: I bow to the God/ess in you).
Sunday service timeline:
9:50 – Join for informal conversation (optional)
10:00 – Service begins