On Wed. Nov. 9, we hosted an evening vigil for people from the congregation and wider community to come together to share their feelings, be seen/heard/felt/experienced in their myriad states, to sing, pray, and listen. We provided three different stations to ritualize and express their feelings. It was powerful. We had about 45 folks come including 4 adults who have never been to SFUU before. A couple of them have started coming to Sunday worship too.