Articles Tagged Celebrations - ULC Blog

Having a new baby on the way is certainly something to celebrate. Friends and family get excited about this new person who will be joining their lives soon, and they want to shower the parents-to-be with gifts. A baby sh ...

Category: Uncategorized

June is Pride Month, and this means that there are probably multiple events in your city celebrating the diversity and inclusion of the LGBTQIA+ community. Many straight people in your faith community may want to get inv ...

Category: Equal Rights Freedom Human Rights Morality

You have probably seen the announcements on social media. A couple throwing a party to celebrate finding out whether the child they are having is going to be a girl or boy. You may even have attended one. Most of the peo ...

Category: Ceremonies Social Equality

Your wedding is meant to signify the beginning of your life together with your spouse. There is no shortage of advice, websites, magazines and television programs to tell you how you should get married. While these artic ...

Category: Weddings

Most spiritual communities have feasts of some kind. It is a common part of humanity to want to celebrate joyous occasions. Merriam-Webster defines feast as "an elaborate and usually abundant meal often accompanied by a ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

Advent is the first season of the Christian church year and the period of time in which believers wait for the coming Christ child. Many churches that observe Advent loop it into the Christmas celebrations, but some pr ...

Category: Holidays and Observances Religion

Planning a wedding can be fun, but for most people, it's also incredibly stressful. Practicing good self-care during this process is vital to your well-being. Delegate Your Tasks One way to take care of yourself during ...

Category: Weddings

Break out the LPs or start up your favorite music streaming service to celebrate African-American Music Appreciation Month.  Mix up your favorite playlists with some of these African American icons who influenced music ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

Shrove Tuesday occurs every year the day before the season of Lent begins. It can mean different things to different faith communities. For some believers, it is a solemn event that involves confession and being shriven ...

Category: Holidays and Observances Religion Christianity

Many families spend several days throughout the year packing up excess clothing, shoes and other belongings to give away to avoid overflowing their homes' storage capacity. While this practice sometimes allows nonprofits ...

Category: Holidays and Observances