Posts from 2019

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Acknowledging Our Military

by David Lum

Sunday, November 10 – 10:00am Acknowledging Our Military – In this service we will be paying attention to those in our congregation who have served or are actively serving in the military. We will hear from members of our congregation their experiences of military service.

Leading to Faith: Theology for Unitarian Universalists

by David Lum

Sunday, November 3 – 10:00am Leading to Faith: Theology for Unitarian Universalists – Even as we each develop our own theology, based on our own understandings and experiences, both our Unitarian and Universalist forebears had distinct theological positions. Our guest speaker guides our attention to how this history informs our shared faith. The Reverend Betty more »

All God’s Critters

by UUCS Administrator

All God’s critters got a place in the choir Some sing low, some sing higher Some sing out loud on the telephone wire And some just clap their hands, or paws or anything they got now Well, listen to the bass, it’s the one on the bottom Where the bullfrog croaks and the hippopotamus Moans more »

Homegrown Tomatoes

by UUCS Administrator

Well, there ain’t nothin’ in the world that I like better Than bacon and lettuce and homegrown tomatoes Up in the mornin’, out in the garden Get you a ripe one, hey, don’t get a hard one Plant ’em in the spring, eat ’em in the summer All winter with out ’em’s a culinary bummer more »

Earth Was Given as a Garden

by UUCS Administrator

STLT #207 Earth was given as a garden, cradle for humanity; tree of life and tree of knowledge placed for our discovery. Here was home for all your creatures born of land and sky and sea; all created in your image, all to live in harmony. Show to us again the garden where all life more »

As We Honor Our Ancestors

by David Lum

Sunday, October 27 – 10:00am As We Honor Our Ancestors – Many of the world’s cultures honor their ancestors. Mexican people do this in a Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) Celebration. Celtic and Neo-Pagan communities celebrate Samhain in which one of the traditions is to honor the ancestors. Both of these festivals more »

Seeking Home

by David Lum

Sunday, October 20 – 10:00am Seeking Home – Climate Change, War and Economic instability have and will create large numbers of migrants for whom home is an unknown place. Rev. Aileen will help us reflect on what it means to belong and what it means to create space for others whose homes may no longer more »

We Belong to the Earth

by David Lum

Sunday, October 13 – 10:00am We Belong to the Earth – Please join us as we create an intergenerational service at Lake Fairfax. We will explore what it means to belong to the earth through words, music and interactive activities. How can we cherish the interdependent web of all existence of which we are all more »

Connections of the Spirit Through Music

by David Lum

Sunday, October 6 – 10:00am Connections of the Spirit Through Music – A Lay Led Service by Mark Lorenz, Shelley Tamres, Mary Matheny, Bonnie Lepoff, and Julia Stubbs.