11:00 AM Sunday, 28 August 2011 — Water Communion is a Unitarian Universalist tradition. At summer’s end, we gather together bringing water from our various summer travels and experiences, briefly sharing our stories as we combine the water in a common bowl. The water is then boiled, filtered and frozen for use in child dedications and other rituals throughout the coming year. Bring water in a small container, or if you forgot or couldn’t bring it back with you, we will have “symbolic water” on hand.
Bring along a swim suit that day and join us afterward for the Swim Party and Cookout at the home of Laurie Lyons and Henry Walker in Shreveport.