NEXT FEW SUNDAYS
September 6 Work That Sustains Us
On this Sunday before Labor Day we will focus on the world of work (both in and out of the home) and our dependence upon it for both providing the necessities of life and meaning for our days. It will be a time to lift up our gratitude for the work we can do and our hope that people around the world can find employment to provide sustenance and meaning. And – we look forward to hearing from you about the work that you do – and what work means to you.
September 13 Homecoming Sunday: To A Honey of a Year
Our annual fall ingathering service will feature the return of the Choir and the debut of our new Music Director, Adrian Rodriguez, a favorite Winnie the Pooh story, and an Apple and Honey Communion - as we rededicate ourselves to the creation of Beloved Community in our midst.
September 20 Why Is Unitarian Universalism So Different?
We are not that easily explained because we do not fit in the box that people normally use to understand religion. Considering the sorry state that most religion is In – THAT’S A GOOD THING!
September 27 For Healing, Health and Wholeness
There are times for all of us when we need to be healed, either of wounds to the body or wounds to the psyche or soul. What does healing mean? Wholeness and health? Rev. Becky and the Lay Pastoral Ministry Team will lead a contemplative service of readings, meditations, music and congregational candle lighting to give expression to our hopes for health and wholeness for ourselves, those we love, and the wider human family.