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Norma Bailey - Worship Leader; Annette Pratt - sermon reader
“The Rev. Tony Lorenzen argues that Thanksgiving is, at its heart, a religious celebration, celebrating the American Civic Religion, one that must be viewed honestly. He contends that UUs can build a new Thanksgiving holiday for themselves, a genuinely religious thanksgiving, founded on our liberal faith that shines a light on the truth. We will hear his words as well as commemorate the recent Thanksgiving Day and Hanukkah which begins at sundown on November 28.”
The purpose of the Transgender Day of Remembrance, held on November 20 every year since 1998, is to remember the people who have lost their lives this year due to anti-transgender violence. In this worship service we lament this injustice, and we commit to working for the rights and dignity of transgender, gender-queer, and gender non-binary people everywhere.
Unitarian Universalists elevate peace as a primary principle and denounce war and violence. Soldiers and military leaders see themselves as working for peace and security. The holiday of Veterans Day reminds us to honor the individuals who serve in the military and to commit to healing their wounds however we are able, separating policy opinions from human caring.
Norma J. Bailey, Worship Leader
Brigitte Bechtold, Sermon
The idea of universal salvation exists in many religions and was present in early Christianity. It lay at the root of early Universalism when it reached North America in the 18th Century. Notwithstanding internal strife among Universalist thinkers, erosion of the central principle, and the dwindling of their congregations prior to the UU merger, Universalist principles continue to be nourished in our covenantal principles.
Services are lead by
Rev. Andrew Frantz unless otherwise indicated.
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Sunday Mornings at 10:30 a.m.
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