Our regular Sunday Service, known as our
Celebration of Life,
11 a.m. every Sunday.
It is preceded by announcements at 10:45 a.m.
Join us before service at 9:30 a.m. for Discussion Group, as we discuss topics of concern to Unitarian Universalists.
October 7 – “Japanese Minimalism and the Transcending Mystery” with Joe Donatone, UU seminary student. I thought I was reading a book about de-cluttering. The lesson I learned was far more profound. What do we do when transcending mystery sneaks in, when and where we least expect?
October 14 – “Is Truth a Pathless Land? Spiritual Freedom & Maturing for Living a Personal Theology” with Barry Pendry. This talk addresses the concept of Spiritual Freedom & Unitarian Universalism and identifies specific qualities of spiritual maturing for successfully living our own personal theology.
October 21 – “We are a Gentle, Angry People” This is the title of one of our hymns, written by Holly Near, which speaks to our aspirations as Unitarian Universalists. How are we doing in fulfilling our promise? Rev. Tracie will unpack the lyrics in this sermon.
October 28 – “Remembrance Sunday” with Rev. Tracie. It's the time of year when cultures around the world honor their ancestors. We will do the same in this service. Feel free to bring a token or photo of departed loved ones to place on our shared altar. We will honor our own departed congregants during this service as well.