When I was in seminary, one of my colleagues actually made a question mark out of evergreens as part of our holiday decorations. The joke was that as Unitarian Universalists, we treasure life as a spiritual journey so much that a question mark could be our religious symbol!
To ask life's big questions and seek the answers can be challenging and rewarding. Who am I? Where did I come from? Why was I born? What matters? The service will not answer all these questions but will explore the importance of our doubts, queries, and feelings, about vital issues of belief.
What questions are you grappling with at this period in your life? How can we continue to open our minds and hearts with wonder and curiosity? Why?