e-nUUs — August 25, 2021

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Topics included:

From Rev. Steven

  • Update on the Pandemic
  • In person worship – Sunday, September 12

From the Board of Trustees

  • Board Minutes available online

Worship & Music

  • Services offered each week via Zoom! 
  • Where Many Waters Meet – Sunday, August 29
  • And By Union – Sunday, September 5
  • A Never Ending Story – Sunday, September 12
  • From the Library – Service reference for August 8 and August 22

Lifespan Learning

  • RE News
  • Scenes from the RE picnic
  • Soulful Home Family Dinner

Social Justice and Community Outreach

  • August Special Collection – last Sunday to donate to -Mathews Centers
  • September Special Collection

Community Within

  •  Hobbs Hall Update

Opportunities for Social Connections

  • Retiree’s Group
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Where Many Waters Meet

Sunday, August 29, 2021 at 10 AM.

A virtual service led by Rev. Steven Protzman and Director of Religious Education Colleen Thoele.

Any place where waters meet is known as a confluence.  A confluence is also a metaphor for coming together as a congregation, bringing the gifts of our lives, our struggles, our hopes and our dreams in order to move forward together.  As we return from our summer adventures, we will celebrate our confluence with a virtual water sharing service that will offer a ritual of healing, and opportunities for remembering, celebration, and being a community.

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e-UUs — August 18, 2021

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Topics included:

From the Board of Trustees

Worship & Music

  • Services offered each week via Zoom! 
  • From Many Sources: Part II – Sunday, August 22
  • Where Many Waters Meet – Sunday, August 29

Lifespan Learning

  • RE Family and Teacher Picnic – August 22

Social Justice and Community Outreach

  • August Special Collection

Community Within

  • A visit from Howard & Ann Hobbs

Opportunities for Social Connections

  • Retiree’s Group
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e-nUUs — August 11, 2021

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Topics included:

From the Board of Trustees

Worship & Music

  • Services offered each week via Zoom! 
  • Who are UUs: Remembering, Identity, and Community – Sunday, August 15 led by Melissa Jeter
  • From Many Sources: Part II – Sunday, August 22
  • From the Library: Service references from August 1

Lifespan Learning

  • Summer RE Classes – Sunday, August 15

Social Justice and Community Outreach

  • August Special Collection

Community Within

  • MaryBeth on vacation Aug 6 – 16

Opportunities for Social Connections

  • Retiree’s Group

UU, Interfaith, & Community Connections

  • Head Start and Early Head Start enrollment  is open
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From Many Sources: Part II

Sunday, August 22, 2021 at 10 AM

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

Our UUA Statement of Principles says: “The living tradition we share draws from many sources.  Grateful for the religious pluralism which enriches and ennobles our faith, we are inspired to deepen our understanding and expand our vision.”  In this second part of our two-part series on the Sources, we will explore through readings and music the third, fourth and fifth Sources as we continue to learn about our rich and diverse theological heritage and how it helps shape our spiritual lives.

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Who are UUs: Remembering, Identity, and Community

Sunday, August 15, 2021 at 10 AM

A virtual service led by Melissa Jeter and Worship Associate Lori Mirkin-McGee.

Who are Unitarian Universalists?  We bring ourselves to this faith with many different experiences. So, we interpret Unitarian Universalism through a variety of lenses. The symbols we use, the stories we tell, the information we gather from various sources, and the narratives about our faith ancestors as well as theologians convey meanings about our identity and community. In this sermon, seminarian Melissa Jeter will use symbols, stories, as well as narratives about faith ancestors and ideas from current theologians to re-member identity and community in Unitarian Universalism.

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e-nUUs — August 4, 2021

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Topics included:

From the Board of Trustees

Worship & Music

  • Services offered each week via Zoom! 
  • From Many Sources: Part I – Sunday, August 8
  • TBA – Sunday, August 15 led by Melissa Jeter
  • From Many Sources: Part II – Sunday, August 22
  • From the Library: Service references from August 1

Lifespan Learning

  • Summer RE Classes – Sunday, August 8

Social Justice and Community Outreach

  • August Special Collection
  • Thanks, Elaine – school supplies drop-off

Community Within

  • MaryBeth on vacation Aug 6 – 16

Opportunities for Social Connections

  • Retiree’s Group

UU, Interfaith, & Community Connections

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From Many Sources: Part I

Sunday, August 8, 2021 at 10 AM.

A virtual service led by Rev. Steven Protzman.

In 1985, five sources of spiritual wisdom were added to the Principles to preserve the religious heritage of both the Unitarians and the Universalists and to acknowledge the diverse theologies that inform our religious pluralism. A sixth source was added in 1995. In this first part of a two-part series, we will explore through readings and music the first,
second and sixth Sources to help us understand our rich theological heritage and how it informs our faith and our spiritual lives.

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