Posts by David Lum

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To Bend with the Wind

by David Lum

Sunday, February 23 – 10:00am To Bend with the Wind – When life gets us down, we can feel like the weight of the world is on our shoulders. And we bend and we bend feeling the strength of the wind and the weight of the snow. But when the wind stops and the snow more »

To Begin Again

by David Lum

Sunday, February 16 – 10:00am To Begin Again – In this intergenerational service, we will highlight Black History Month using the art of Jacob Lawrence (the inspiration for the Poetry Slam art) and his images of the Great Migration.

The Crack in the Sidewalk

by David Lum

Sunday, February 9 – 10:00am The Crack in the Sidewalk – Resilience can mean facing daunting odds and persevering anyway. When walking along city streets, we sometimes see a flower poking through a crack in the sidewalk. Rev. Aileen will explore what it means to take advantage of the cracks in the sidewalks of our more »

Mobile Hope of Loudoun

by David Lum

Sunday, February 2 – 10:00am Mobile Hope of Loudoun – This morning’s speaker will be Donna Fortier, CEO AND Founder of Mobile Hope of Loudoun.

To Thine Own Self Be True

by David Lum

Sunday, January 26 – 10:00am To Thine Own Self Be True – How often do we convince ourselves that we are being honest with ourselves even when we know we are not? Rev. Aileen will explore the meaning of being honest with ourselves and following our own values and what it means to be whole more »

Where Do We Go From Here?

by David Lum

Sunday, January 19 – 10:00am Where Do We Go From Here? – The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr left an incredible legacy, one that was meant to continue. Rev. Aileen will reflect on the ways we can build on and continue the work that he started.

To Be Made Whole

by David Lum

Sunday, January 12 – 10:00am To Be Made Whole – What holds us together? Integrity means wholeness and unity in structure. Rev. Aileen will explore the values that hold UUs together, that give us structural integrity.

New Year, New Me? Maybe Not.

by David Lum

Sunday, January 5 – 10:00am New Year, New Me? Maybe Not. – The New Year is often a time when we reflect on our shortcomings and resolve to do better. But is there a better way? Former UUCS intern John Monroe reflects on the possibility of self-acceptance, rooted in the experience of community, as the more »

Just Enough Is Plenty

by David Lum

Sunday, December 22 – 10:00am Just Enough Is Plenty – Hanukkah begins December 22, so we will celebrate with an intergenerational service featuring a play that speaks to the meaning of the holiday.