Sermon by Paul Boothby, and presented by Tom Moffit
In speaking of the world's problems, each person's contribution does make a difference, even if in a small way.
Led by Jim Dealing
Given the evident threats of climate change, and our own Unitarian Universalist values, we will consider how we might best respond.
by Guy Newland
Unitarian-Universalists are committed to inclusive democratic process in our nation. Our republic has always had flaws and challenges, but has managed to keep a certain core. That is now under threat. How did this happen? What can we do?
Rise and Shine, by Lissa Anne Gundlach, presented by Norma J. Bailey.
“…acknowledging Black History month in these times is more critical than ever.”
We’ll examine why this is so and what we might do in response to the need.
Services are lead by our minister Andrew Frantz unless otherwise indicated.
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as the calendar is updated each week...and changes do occur.
Sunday Mornings at 10:30 a.m.
August 25: What would you like your epitaph to read?
September 1: The Spiritual Dimensions of Novelty
September 8: Water Ceremony
September 15: Blessing of Children and Teachers
Religious education is available. All are welcome!
We are a Welcoming Congregation