Holi is rooted in ancient Hindu tradition, marking the ending of winter, the beginning of spring, the triumph of good over evil, and the divine, eternal love of Radha Krishna. This Sunday at UUFG, we’ll celebrate the festival of Holi with a joyful celebration of color following service. You’re invited to join the fun out on the playground, where color becomes an immersive experience!
Rev. Christe Lunsford is in the Fellowship’s pulpit, James Chase provides our story for all ages, and our Chalice Choir sings under the direction of Derek Nirenberg. Please remember to bring a mask.
Colors are safe and water-soluble, but if you would like to join in the festival, please wear clothing that you don’t mind getting covered with colors.
White t-shirts are ideal!
If you’re unable to attend, you may watch our live streaming service starting at 10:50 am this Sunday on our YouTube channel:
Starting at 10:50 am each Sunday, you can use this link to go directly to the live broadcast: