Sunday December 10

Sunday December 10: MERRY CHRISTMAS THROUGH A UU LENS: This is the time of year when the War on Christmas is supposed to start, according to pundits who would like Christmas to be the only winter holiday worth observing. We Unitarian Universalists have a different view—we think ALL winter holidays are worthy of respect and honor. But what do you know about what Unitarians and Universalists have brought to our Christmas traditions?

Sunday December 3

 This Sunday’s topic is “Stories of Holidays Past”. Several members of the fellowship will discuss past holidays that taught them the meaning of the season. Religious education for the children is available each week following the “Moment with the Children” near the beginning of the service. After the service and social hour, Frank Logan will lead a discussion upstairs in the sanctuary about Refugees & USA Policy: refugees from desertification and Syria and others. What should we do? (Postponed from November 19)  The public is invited to the service and the social hour afterwards. 

Sunday November 26

“Exploring the Mystery”. Unitarian Universalist congregations are full of people with widely varying spiritual experiences. In a sequel to her sermon on Nov. 12 entitled “The Evolution of Spiritual Experience”, Rev. Kit Ketcham will explore the First Source of Unitarian Universalism: “Direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, which moves us to a renewal of the spirit and an openness to the forces that create and uphold life.”