9 a.m. EIO Rehearsal • 9:45 a.m. Professional Childcare Begins
10 a.m. Adult Ed and Kids’ Activities • 11 a.m. Worship •
11:15 a.m. Kids’ Programming (click for a detailed schedule of children/youth religious education)
March Worship Descriptions
March 2Cinderella’s To-do List
“You can go to the ball, IF you manage to come up with something to wear…”Life sure would be easier with a fairy godmother!Join Katy Carpman, Director of Religious Education, as we consider both the distractions and supporters on our lives’ journeys.
March 9 A Sermon With No Title
Pulpit Guest :Michael Durall, parish consultant and guest speaker
Sometimes UU churches should be a bit mischievous, and ask people to come on Sunday morning without knowing what the sermon title and topic are.UU's are open to surprises, aren't they?
March 16The Power of Women in Religion
Creation is a central concern of religion and amazingly, religion had for millennia disregarded the experience of women’s power of creation.This traditional one sided view of “how things come to pass” set human beings at odds with creation itself!
March 23 Invisible Substance, Giver of Life
We mostly don’t think about it; yet without it we wouldn’t be alive.The ancients considered it one of the four primal elements of which all matter is composed.Religious traditions equated it to the spirit of the divine.On this Sunday close to the Vernal Equinox, we will consider the ecological and spiritual dimensions of the “breath of breath.”
March 30Youth Sunday
Our high school group YRUU (Young Religious Unitarian Universalists) group will lead us in a worship service of fairy tales, uplifting music, and the wise words of our graduating seniors.