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After experiencing a history-making one-of-a-kind, uplifting, reflective and music-filled Rosh Hashanah, led by Rabbi David Fainsilber, we anticipate Yom Kippur. But not before Shabbat Shuvah on Sept. 25 at 6 p.m, online.

I shouldn’t be surprised at the amazing resiliency of the children, families and teachers in our community, but I admit that in the times that surround us all, I am continually blown away by the kindness, open mindedness and spirit of strength in both our community and in our church community.

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The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Stowe will be doing Zoom services until it is safe for us to be together in person. On Sunday, Sept. 27, Kristabeth Atwood, a retired Methodist pastor, will talk about curiosity, which invites us into new ways of thinking, seeing learning, and growing.

Romans 12:9-21: All of us have things that matter to us dearly. In this passage of scripture, the apostle Paul is identifying things that should be of the highest priority for the Christian. In verses 3-8 Paul identified some spiritual gifts available to Christians. However, it’s not the out…

“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant and a time to pluck up what is planted ...”

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Jews around the world will experience High Holy Days 2020 (5781), this year, like no other. From Elul to Simchat Torah, our responsibilities remain unchanged.

Blessed Sacrament celebrates Mass and the sacraments on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. and Sunday at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Weekday Mass is celebrated at 8:30 a.m. and the church is open daily for private prayer.

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The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Stowe will be doing Zoom services until it is safe for us to gather in person. On Sunday, Sept. 20, the Rev. Mara Dowdall will lead our service. She is UU minister based in Burlington.

The good news breaks down prejudice. In Acts 10 we are introduced to a gentile named Cornelius and Peter the Jewish apostle of the Christian faith.

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As September reminds us of the changing of the seasons, we are finalizing our plan to return in person to our church services. While attendance may be limited somewhat, we think the cautions we are building will keep us safe in our sanctuary.  

Holy Cross Day is a major feast observed on Sept. 14 in honor of Christ’s self-offering on the cross for our salvation. Christ was lifted high upon the cross that he might draw the whole world unto himself.

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