On Sunday, January 3, 2016, we will celebrate the New Year at UUFCM. The service leader,Tom Moffit, will share the story of the Magi and explore the real gifts of the spirit. Religious education and childcare are available. Everyone is welcome.
The New Year is upon us again…join us in worship for our annual observance of the “burning bowl” as we reflect on our lives this past year and lean forward into tomorrow together.
“Year's end is neither an end nor a beginning but a going on,
with all the wisdom that experience can instill in us.” ~ Hal Borland
We will gather this night for a special holiday candlelight service - a celebration for all ages woven with poetry, stories and songs of the season. Bring your friends and family for an evening filled with warmth and light.
“What Are We Waiting For?” is the focus question of worship this Sunday, December 20. We will be taking a fresh look at some of the expected…and unexpected stories of the Advent season. Please join us!
“The remarkable thing about the Christmas story is the change it represents in human thought.”
It is a story, not about the god of jealousy and anger, but a god “who needs a humble young woman and the long months of patient waiting and the human process of birth to bring divinity into the world. Imagine…that after years of hearing story after story of men and women bowing abjectly before the might of kings and emperors, tsar, dictators, chieftains and tyrants, you hear a story in which three kings kneel before a tiny child – in praise of possibility.” ~ Barbara Rhode
Join us for our annual “Festival of Lights” multigenerational worship service; a special service packed with light, life and laughter as we share and reflect together through stories and songs of the season. Childcare will be provided, if needed. This service will be followed by our annual “Sweets & Tea” celebration in the social hall.
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.