The Sources Supper is a celebration of Unitarian Universalist traditions to help us deepen our connection to our faith and to each other. Begun by members and leaders of two Unitarian Universalist congregations in Minnesota, the Sources Supper is intended to be an opportunity to bring family, home, and intentional community to the center of our faith.
The ritual involves sharing a meal with family and friends in your home and weaving stories of Unitarian Universalist history and traditions throughout the process. Unity Church-Unitarian offers resources to help others enact their own Sources Supper ritual, including suggested stories of important periods in Unitarian Universalist history, a printable script, and tips for ritual leaders.
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Last updated on Tuesday, April 10, 2012.
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