A Unitarian Christmas

Although Garrison Keillor told Unitarians to leave Christmas alone and celebrate some other holiday, most of Christmas in the United States as we know it today would not exist without Unitarians. In this reprise of a holiday favorite we’ll learn about how this holiday really began in the mid-1800s after Unitarian Charles Dickens wrote “A Christmas Carol” and meet some of the Unitarians who composed the songs and started traditions we enjoy today.


This service will be followed by a congregational meeting at 11 am in the Sanctuary.