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We are a non-dogmatic congregation. We are focused on the effects we can have on the world around us, including through social action, justice, spirituality, love and mutual understanding.
Sunday Services 10:30 AM
November’s worship services
11/2/14 – Rev. Mark Kiyimba will be preaching as sermon. “Unity and Diversity in the 21st Century.” Rev. Kiyimba is a dynamic speaker who works in Uganda helping to spread the message of Unitarian Universalism especially in relationship to diversity and compassion.
11/9/14 – Rev. Jennifer preaches – “Fair’s Fair or Is It?” If you have ever cared for children you have probably heard the words – “That’s not fair!.” And it is not simply children who say this. Our second principle encourages us to seek “justice, equity and compassion in human relations.” But what is the difference between fairness and justice?
11/16/14 – Rev. Jennifer preaches, “What Does it Mean to be an Ally?” As we live out our second principle how can work toward justice? How can we become an ally for others?
11/23/14 – Rev. Jennifer preaches, “Where Have we Been, Where Might we be Going?” Our Unitarian Universalist history is full of stories of people seeking to make this world a more just place. What are some of those stories? And does our past help us to understand where we might be going as a denomination.
11/30 14 Intergenerational service on Gratitude. Bring your visiting relatives and let them experience what makes us us! All ages welcome for the full hour of our morning service.