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Upcoming Services

Sunday, Nov 26 – 10:30am
For All That is Our Life – Led by Rev. Betty Jo Middleton.
In this time of Thanksgiving, before we rush into the most hectic season of the year, our speaker invites us to pause and reflect on all that gives meaning to our lives. The Reverend Betty Jo Middleton retired from the active ministry in 2004, after serving eight congregations and on the field staff of the Unitarian Universalist Association. Since that time she has taught classes at Wesley Theological Seminary and Meadville Lombard Theological School and written a book, To Touch Inward Springs: Teaching and Learning for Faith Development.

Sunday, Dec 3 – 9:30am and 11:15am
Crossing Borders: Bridging the Political Divide – UU is a liberal religion. That does not mean only political liberals are welcome, or it shouldn’t. It is natural to feel comfortable being with people who think like us. But is that our mission? Do we have any responsibility to grow our religion? Paul Roche and Allie (Roche) Lynch will explore the chasm that has only widened between the “right” and “left” in our country and how it impacts our beloved religion. They will discuss the myriad and subtle ways conservatives are not welcomed in our churches and what we can and should do about it. The genesis of this service was a presentation delivered by Rev Anya Sammler-Michael, Rev Scott Sammler Michael, Rev Nancy McDonald Ladd, and Paul Roche at several UU General Assemblies.

Sunday, Dec 10 – 9:30am and 11:15am
To Fish in the Sky – Henry David Thoreau, whose bicentennial we celebrate this year, used this phrase to describe his search for enlightenment. Rev. Wayne will connect Thoreau’s fishing to Buddha, Jack Kerouac, and you!

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Single Service for Thanksgiving Weekend

November 26, 2017
10:30 am

Please note that for Thanksgiving weekend, on Sunday, November 26th, we will have a single service at 10:30 A.M. Two services will resume as normal on December 3.

Holiday Decorating and Craft Making Party

December 1, 2017
6:00 pm

Join with our Multigenerational Community in an evening of holiday joy and preparation. Bring a potluck dish to share. There will be holiday music, craft tables, and opportunities to care for those less fortunate. Sign up at the events table or online HERE.