Meaningful rites of passage that honor and celebrate a human life.
When a child joins a family lives are changed forever....
When a child joins a family through birth or adoption, not only is that family forever changed, but also the community in which that family lives is widened and enriched. Because baptism is conceived of as a sacrament that washes away the stain of original sin, and Unitarian Universalists affirm the inherent worth of every person rather than their innate sinfulness, we do not baptize children (or adults). We do, however, ceremonially welcome babies and older children into this world, and into the community which holds them, offering our lifelong commitment to the nurture of each child. A baby dedication is a joyful ritual which affirms that each new person is a gift and which celebrates the covenant of family and community.
Baby dedications are $350. Travel additional, as applicable.
Reverend Robin Landerman Zucker
Ordained Unitarian Universalist Minister
Professional Counselor and Educator
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