A virtual service ledby Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Elaine Bowen
UU minister Nancy McDonald Ladd argues that as UUs, we are too optimistic and that deepening our tradition will require a theology that includes traditional religious language such as sin and forgiveness. On this Jewish holy day of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, we will reflect on the Jewish yearly ritual of naming failures and mistakes and then seeking to make right the harm that has been done to others as a practice that can help us grow spiritually.
Join us Sunday, September 27, 2020 10 AM for this virtual service hosted via Zoom Video Conferencing. The link to join the worship service is below. We request that everyone joining the service please display your first and last name. Thank you!
A virtual service led by Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Lori McGee.
Unitarian Universalism claims at least one miracle, the story of how Universalist John Murray came from England and while his ship was stuck on a sandbar, was convinced to preach the message of Universalism in a local meetinghouse. Two hundred and fifty years later, we will reflect on the truth of Universalism as we celebrate Shared Ministry Sunday and ask, as John Murray did of life, where does our heart call us?
Led by Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Heidi Emhoff-Wood
Eleanor Brownn says: “When you take time to replenish your spirit it allows you to serve others from the overflow. You cannot serve from an empty vessel.” September’s Soul Matters theme is renewal, which invites us to reflect on the need to care for our bodies and spirits with rest. Together we will reflect on some of the ways we can take time to renew ourselves so that we are strengthened for the journey. During this service, we will also commission and bless our RE teachers as a new year of religious education begins
The UUCK youth group enthusiastically invite ALL people from the congregation to join the every 2nd Wednesday of each month 5:00 – 6:30 in support of Black Lives Matter and to express our commitment to anti-racist work through peaceful protest in front of our church. We will have markers and poster boards if you did not bring one. You could also bring your own signs. Please remember that they MUST be appropriate. They cannot be political or use inappropriate language. Please wear a mask and maintain social distancing. We really hope to see you there! WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9th – EVERYONE is encouraged to come and race your voice!
A virtual service led by Elizabeth Reilly, CLM Candidate and Worship Associate Kathy Kerns.
Who couldn’t benefit from some lightening of the spirit? The spiritual practice of play belongs to all of us, not just human children. What playful activity transports you, brings you joy, provides your spirit with respite and renewal? Let’s celebrate playing for its radical power
to resist succumbing to the heaviness of our hurting world and time, while we explore why it is necessary to the well-being of body, mind and soul.