Posts from February 2019

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Facts and Optimism

by David Lum

Sunday, March 31 – 10:00am Facts and Optimism – Here in the winter doldrums, what holds hope for us, what can we hold on to? Rev Alexa has a new place she finds hope and she’d can’t wait to share.

Mary Oliver – Wild Geese Fly

by David Lum

Sunday, March 24 – 10:00am Mary Oliver – Wild Geese Fly – In this service we honor the life and lyrical nature poetry writen by Mary Oliver. Her work has a special connection with Unitarian Universalists because of her “clarity of vision … suggesting that life was a matter of learning to love the world more »

Choose To Bless the World – Loudoun County and Beyond

by David Lum

Sunday, March 17 – 10:00am Choose To Bless the World – Loudoun County and Beyond – Sharon Williams and Rev. Alexa will focus on the Backpack Coalition and why their efforts in Loudoun are so needed. And what is charity? What is Social Justice work and where do they intersect?

Faith In Our Future

by David Lum

Sunday, March 10 – 10:00am Faith In Our Future – What is the future of this congregation? What is the future of the faith we live daily in this community? What does your generosity time, talent and treasure make possible here? What do you love about this place? What can you find here and nowhere more »

Intergen: Brains, Heart, and Courage

by David Lum

Sunday, March 3 – 10:00am Intergen: Brains, Heart, and Courage – So many stories involve a journey. What can we learn from those who have gone on such a journey? How do we grow as we embark on our own adventures? To find out, just follow the yellow brick road…

UU Mysticism? Religious Experience Without Dogma

by David Lum

Sunday, February 24 – 10:00am UU Mysticism? Religious Experience Without Dogma – What is mysticism? How can UUs bring this longstanding form of human religious experience into our practice? As we look to other traditions and their relationship to mysticism, how do we borrow from and honor them without requiring dogma?