Sunday, September 25 – 9:30am and 11:15am Our Unwanted Legacy – Why does our society continue to tolerate widespread and insidious discrimination against women — and what is the price of this apathy? Intern Minister John Monroe leads this service, with rousing music by a folk trio.
Sunday, September 18 – 9:30am and 11:15am Pilgrimage – Finding Purpose in Action – We are on a journey, from life to death. What other sorts of journeys can we fathom? Is it possible to be born again and again, or perhaps live with greater and greater purpose? Rev. Anya leads this service, Mary Matheny more »
Sunday, September 11 – Two Services at 9:30am and 11:15am Which Side are You On? – On this Sunday we return to 2 services, one at 9:30am and the other at 11:15am. Is it possible to be “for” something without being “against” something or someone else? Neutrality can mean indifference – how then can we live more »
Sunday, September 4 – 10:30am In the Flood – We are in a flood of emotionally and spiritually difficult events and changes, partisan division, loss, war, and confusion. The waters are rising, but we do not need to be drowned by these waters. Rev. Anya and Intern John ask that we let them lift us, more »
Sunday, August 28 – 10:30am A Faith by any other Name – What is Unitarian Universalism anyway? This September Rev. Anya will begin her tenth year with our congregation. This milestone calls her to reflect on the faith she has and will serve.
Sunday, August 21 – 10:30am Just-Us? – In a time of increasing fear and xenophobia, Rev. Anya and our congregations Justice Leaders share why they are called to serve the larger life, of which they are a part. Prepare for inspiration!
Sunday, August 14 – 10:30am Finding Refuge – Elena Botts, a Young Adult and poet reflects on her experience working with refugees in South Africa. Her message is timely, as our congregation ramps up our effort to serve Syrian Refugees in Loudoun County, VA.
Sunday, August 7 – 10:30am Crazy Ones, Misfits, Rebels – Rev. Scott and Rev. Anya speak of this era’s heresies, and why today’s heretics are tomorrow’s heroes.
SEEKING: PART TIME TEACHER For the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Sterling A Vibrant, Liberal Religious Congregation 22135 Davis Drive, Sterling, VA www.uusterling.org Duties: Prepare for and teach a 45-minute class three to four Sundays per month September through May. Inspire children in 2nd through 5th grade to develop compassion, open-mindedness, and spiritual connection through lessons more »