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Celebrating Easter

2017: Sunday, April 16 

2018: Sunday, April 1 (yes, you read that correctly!)

For many Unitarian Universalists, the resurrection narrative is often more metaphorical than literal. Many kinds of resurrection can be emphasized: rebirth of nature; resurrecting dreams and hopes; resurrecting dead relationships. In a general sense, the ultimate triumph of life over death. Hallelujah!

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