Memorial Day may be one of the most personal of our American
holy days. It is born out of the human need to make sense of life and
death. To make meaning out of what we have been given and what we will do
with it; to remember all those sons and daughters who did their duty,
regardless if they wanted to or not. To Remember.
One Sunday service at 10 AM with nursery care available.
Led by Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Eric van Baars
Once again we gather to do the work of this covenantal
community through worship and our annual meeting. Together we will reflect on who we’ve been
this past year, how UUCK has been living out our mission to inspire love, seek
justice, and grow in community, and dream about who we might be in the years to
come, holding before us a vision of the Beloved Community.
***One service at 9:45 am followed by social hour. Congregational Annual Meeting at 11:30 am and an all congregation potluck to follow.
Nursery care will be available for both the Sunday service at 9:45 AM and the Annual Meeting which will follow.
Led by Rev. Steven Protzman, DRE Colleen Thoele, and Worship Associate Lisa Thiel
What do the flowers have to teach us about life? As a community of all ages, we will gather for our annual celebration of flower communion. This tradition, created by Norbert Capek in Czechoslovakia in 1923, invites us to see the beauty all around us in each other and in the world and to learn from the flowers. Please bring cut flowers to share for this festive service.
Sunday services are offered at 9:45 and 11:30 AM with nursery care available during both services.
Led by DRE Colleen Thoele and Worship Associate Mary Leeson
year we commemorate the end of the regular religious education year by
celebrating the voices of our children. Join us as we celebrate the joy,
creativity and wonder that is childhood and rejoice in the community we have
Second Service 11:30 AM Coming of Age — They Journey has Just Begun
by UUCK High School Youth and Worship associate Colleen Thoele
year long our high school youth have been questioning and investigating their
faith. Now they have completed the Coming of Age program and will present to
you, their community, what they have discovered. This service will honor their
journey, lift up their voices and celebrate a new stage in their lives- one
with diverse meanings and endless promise.