How Can I Keep from Singing?

Music Service and Flower Communion led by Tom Burt & Rev. Kristen Kuriga

Multiplatform worship: Live in the Saltwater Sanctuary and online through zoom

This Sunday we will share the gifts of music, singing, and flowers. Featuring music by the Saltwater Singing Circle, and Oleg Dusaev, our pianist. If you are joining us in-person, please bring a flower or flowering branch with you for our flower communion ritual. If you are joining us by zoom, please also bring a flower with you that can be shared in the service in gallery view on your camera. For more on the ritual of flower communion: https://www.uua.org/worship/holidays/flower-ceremony

June’s Theme: Power
In the month of June we are exploring the spiritual theme of power. What is your relationship to power? What is more powerful than yourself? Power comes in different forms: power over, power to, and power with. Together we will explore these different ways to relate to and to engage with our own power and the power of others. We will also be invited to reflect on how we can use our power as individuals and as a faith community to reflect our most deeply held values as Unitarian Universalists. Join us as we learn from one another!

In-person Worship
Join us in the Saltwater sanctuary. Our doors open at 10:15 am.

  • The sanctuary will be open to a maximum of 40 people (3ft social distancing) and overflow in the welcome room. There is no need to register in advance.
  • Those attending will be required to wear masks. Family groups can sit together and will be asked to distance from others.
  • We encourage people to connect after service outdoors when the weather is good.

People of all ages are welcome. We hope to see you in person for worship one Sunday soon!
You can access the full covid safety guidelines here: https://saltwaterchurch.org/calendar/covid19-info/


To join by Zoom, go to https://saltwaterchurch.org/calendar/zoom-room/ and click on “To join a meeting—click here.” Or from the main church webpage, select Zoom Room from the drop down menu under “news and events” on the top menu bar. If this is your first time using Zoom, follow the prompts to download the application to your computer. It will be helpful if you have a high-speed internet connection.  For some connections, a pair of headphones will be helpful (a simple pair of earbuds will do.) 

If you would prefer to join by phone, dial 1-669-900-6833 and enter Meeting ID: 736 142 4210 when prompted.  Long distance charges may apply, so it is best to call from a cell phone.   If you have a smartphone, you can download the Zoom app and join with Meeting ID: 736 142 4210 for video and audio connection.

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