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.
December 2 – "Meet a Millennial" You may have read recently that the Millennial generation is "killing" American cheese, napkins, cold cereal, landline telephones...and Applebee's! Worse yet, they never vote and they ruin elections by voting for 3rd party candidates! Who are these youngsters who seem determined to dismantle the most American of American institutions? UU seminarian Joe Donatone would like to introduce you to one.
December 9 – “How Covenantal Communities Can Change the World”. One of the things that makes Unitarian Universalist congregations unique is that we are a covenantal community. Covenant means “to come together by making a promise.” Christine Dance, the Ministerial Intern from the Tri-UU Congregation of Summerfield will talk about the context of covenantal relationships and why being in one can create a model for changing the world.
December 16 – “Vulnerability in the Dark”, with Rev. Tracie. The nights grow longer as we approach the Winter Solstice. During this time of increased darkness, can we open ourselves to be vulnerable? With ourselves and with one another.
December 23 – “Giving Birth to the Mystery”, with Rev. Tracie. In this time of expectation, what mysteries can we give birth to in our own lives and in our community? Let us explore this holy time of darkness and anticipation to find what new things we can birth for the coming year.
December 30 – To Be Announced