Typical Summer Sunday Schedule
9:45 a.m. Professional Childcare, 11 a.m. Worship,
11:15 a.m. Children’s Programming
Children and Youth Religious Education - click for a detailed schedule
Special Collection- Nomination Time
NEXT FEW SUNDAYS
June Worship Descriptions:
June 2: Can Religion Be Cured of Its Taste for Violence?
Most imagine that religion should create conditions for peace — yet violence is hardly unusual. Why religions support violence — and how they support violence — might surprise you.
June 9: The Virtues of Being Useless
On the spiritual necessity of heat-induced lassitude or the need to cultivate an attitude of indolent indifference to the over abundance of “shoulds” in our society. In other words - it’s too hot to move, people!
June 16: Finding Comfort
How can we more readily relax, feel supported, at ease with oneself in the world? And — what can we do so that others can more readily feel relaxed, feel supported, be at ease with themselves and the world.
June 23: Are Women Under Attack
Does it sometimes seem to you that women and women’s rights are under assault in this country? Does it sometimes feel that we have taken a step backward in terms of reproductive justice? Unitarian Universalism has a pretty strong record of supporting the full equality of women. What form might that support take today?
June 30: Theme-based Church Part I
More on Unitarian Universalism:
June 2 - Join Emerson Sunday, 12:15-1:15 PM in the Library
June 9 - Intro to Unitarian Universalism, 12:30 PM (Mark buys lunch!)
Child care will be extended for anyone who needs it and emails the church office by the Thursday prior to Sunday. Light snacks will be provided for the children. Please email the office with questions.
Religious Education, 10 AM
Children and Youth: classes for all ages
Adults: Adult Ed Sundays before worship services.