e-nUUs — June 16, 2021

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Topics included:

From Rev. Steven

  • Rev. Steven’s Summer Schedule

Worship & Music

  • Services offered each week via Zoom! 
  • New Zoom link for Sunday services
  • It’s PRIDE Sunday! – Sunday, June 20
  • Growing Together: A Family Perspective on the 7th Principle – Sunday, June 27
  • Service reference from Marion’s June 13 Call to Worship

Lifespan Learning

  • Summer RE

Social Justice and Community Outreach

  • June’s Special Collection

Community Within

  • Minister and Staff summer schedules
  • TREX Recycling program

Opportunities for Social Connections

  • Retiree’s Group

UU, Interfaith, & Community Connections

  • Porthouse Theater Needs Ushers
  • Live Broadcast: The Mind, the Human-Earth Connection, and the Climate Crisis
  • CER Summer Institute
  • General Assembly
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It’s PRIDE Sunday!

Sunday, June 20, 2021 at 10 AM.

A virtual service led by CLM Lori Mirkin-McGee and Worship Associate Elaine Bowen.

At today’s service we will share stories and  experiences that explore why we have Pride in the first place, how far we’ve come since Stonewall, and much more.  Our first principle calls us to affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person; this service will lift up those voices that our society has long tried to silence.  Wear your rainbow gear and come celebrate all things LGBTQ+ with us!

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Join us Sunday, June 20, 2021 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!

NEW ZOOM LINK FOR SUNDAY SERVICES!
Join Zoom Meeting:
  https://zoom.us/j/97464785626
Meeting ID: 974 6478 5626

Dial by your location:
    1 646 558 8656 (New York)
     Meeting ID: 974 6478 5626
Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/acCRYGAKdV

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e-nUUs — June 10, 2021

Click here to view this week’s announcements.

Topics included:

From the Ministry Executive Team

  • A quick survey about gathering in person

From Rev. Steven

  • Rev. Steven’s Summer Schedule
  • Reminder about Scammers

Worship & Music

  • Services offered each week via Zoom! 
  • You Can’t Fix a Problem You Don’t Know You Have – Sunday, June 13
  • It’s PRIDE Sunday! – Sunday, June 20

Lifespan Learning

  • Summer RE

Income Generation

  • Bid-o-Rama Donors & Bidders Connect

Social Justice and Community Outreach

  • June’s Special Collection

Community Within

  • Minister and Staff summer schedules
  • UUA General Assembly – Are you attending?
  • TREX Recycling program

Opportunities for Social Connections

  • Retiree’s Group

UU, Interfaith, & Community Connections

  • Porthouse Theater Needs Ushers
  • Live Broadcast: The Mind, the Human-Earth Connection, and the Climate Crisis
  • CER Summer Institute
  • General Assembly
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You Can’t Fix a Problem You Don’t Know You Have

Sunday, June 13, 2021 at 10 AM.

A virtual service led by members of the UU Church of Kent Race4Justice Task Group and Worship Associate Heidi Emhoff Wood.

Through readings, music and personal reflections, this service explores how Unitarian-Universalism’s Second Principle, justice, equity and compassion in human relations,calls us to dismantle racism in all its forms.  According to Michelle Obama, “It starts with self-examination and listening to those whose lives are different from our own. It ends with justice, compassion, and empathy that manifests in our lives and on our streets.    

Service title attribution:  “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man,”  by Emmanuel Acho. 

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The Seven Principles: Precepts or Platitudes?

Art: UUA Worship Web, designed by Rev. Ian Riddell and Kimberley Debus

Sunday, June 6, 2021 at 10 AM

A virtual service led by Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Heidi Emhoff Wood.

Are the Seven Principles lofty and lovely but irrelevant poetry? Or are they meaningful guideposts by which we can measure and shape our spiritual growth as individuals, as congregations, and as an Association?  As we begin our summer series on the Principles, we will explore their history and content and invite us to reflect about whether they are truly spiritual precepts to live by or mere platitudes to be framed and hung on the wall.

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