Fire Communion

Join us for the annual Fire Communion IN-PERSON at the Lingonberry! The service will also be livestreamed on Zoom. All are welcome to join us at Sunday Fellowship. We are currently holding fellowship every other Sunday.

At the end of each calendar year, many UU congregations observe a tradition called the fire communion, sometimes known as a “burning bowl” ceremony. People write down on scraps of paper phrases that represent the year behind them and bring forth the paper to burn it. Join us in this meaningful ceremony during our first in-person service at the Lingonberry since 2020 as we reflect on the year behind us and anticipate the year ahead.

Covid precautions for in-person services:

  • Masks are required for everyone at this time.

  • Please join the service remotely if you:

    • Are unvaccinated

    • Have any signs of illness now or in the last five days (feeling “bad,” cough, runny nose, fever, headache, body aches, intestinal symptoms, loss of taste or smell, etc.)

    • Have increased vulnerability

    • Are uncomfortable gathering in public right now

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LIVESTREAMED VIA ZOOM: See Zoom Details for Sunday Services

Share-the-Plate – Our plate recipient for January-February is the Raptor Resources Project. To donate to the plate recipient, you can Give Online. Or, if sending a check, please note “Share the Plate” in the memo line. Donations may be mailed to Decorah UU, PO Box 382, Decorah, IA 52101.