Don’t You Need a Welcome? – September 10, 2017

Led by Lori Fatchet-McGee and Worship Associate Lisa Thiel

Our faith calls us to be welcoming to all those who seek answers to life’s big questions or to those who are in need of spiritual solace.  Feeling welcome is the first step to building new relationships in the church.  This service will explore ways we can be even more open and welcoming to all who enter our doors.

Sunday services are offered at 9:45 and 11:30 AM with Nursery care available during both services.

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Ingathering Sunday – August 27, 2017

One service at 10 AM at Plum Creek Park, Pavilion #2

Led by Rev. Anya Johnston and Director of Religious Education Lily Rappaport

On August 27th we will return to Plum Creek Park as we unite for this exciting church year. This is a service where you are invited to bring water or soil that represents your travels, whether they have been travels of the world, the neighborhood, or of the heart. Experienced UUs will recognize this as “The Water Service” or a slight variation. Newcomers are particularly invited to attend, learn, and share into our community.

On this day we will worship together, at one-service only, starting at 10 a.m. It will be a joy to see families and folks of all ages together for a morning of welcoming and celebration.

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I Have a Voice – August 20, 2017

Led by Rev. Christie Anderson and Becky Cline

Expressing one’s voice can sometimes require overcoming fear.  Today we will honor the challenge of lifting up one’s voice and offering inspirational stories of courage.

Sunday’s services will be offered at 9:45 and 11:30 AM with Nursery care available during both services.

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Waking Up: What Could it Mean to be Spiritual Yet Not Religious? – August 13

Led by Cal Frye and Worship Associate Lisa Thiel

Another take on the question, “How does an Atheist go to church?” What sort of spiritual practice might a Humanist take up? And what is to be gained from such practice, if not a conversation with the Divine? What place can a poor SYNR find with us on a Sunday morning?

 

Sunday services are offered at 9:45 and 11:30 AM with Nursery care available during both services.

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Being Open to New Ministry – July 16, 2017

Led by Rev. Rod Thompson and Worship Associate Lori Fatchet-McGee

What are your expectations of our new minister?  I know you have them.  Your Search Committee will need to know what they are.  But this morning I will be more concerned about all those unwritten, unspoken, perhaps unrealistic expectations that you’ve got in the back of your minds.  So, let’s look at what makes a good minister and what your expectations should be.  You might be surprised.   See you in church.

Sunday service is offered at 10 AM with Nursery care available.

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Filling Your Spiritual Backpack – July 9, 2017

Led by Rev. Renee Ruchotzke and Worship Associate Carolyn Schlemmer

For many of us, summer is a time of refreshment and renewal. What tools might we use to deepen our experiences, both at work and at play?

Sunday service is offered at 10 AM with Nursery care available.

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Doubt Was Our Foundation – July 2, 2017

Led by Cal Frye and Worship Associate Rev. Christie Anderson

The United States was founded as a great experiment, a new form of government sprung from a theology grounded in Renaissance humanism. Doubting whether the experiment would last, the Founders wrote in a system that could be changed, reformed should the need arise. That openness of possibility is an opportunity. Doubt and discussion are essential to progress. Do we have faith enough to doubt?

Sunday service is offered at 10 AM with Nursery care available during the service.

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Mercy Me, Mercy YoUU – June 25,2017

Led by Elaine Bowen and Worship Associate Lori Fatchet-McGee

In our quest to reclaim language of reverence, we will explore mercy through our UU lens and experiences.

 

Sunday service is offered at 10:00 AM with Nursery care available during the service.

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Annual Service in the Park and Church Picnic – Sunday, June 11

We will once again hold our annual outdoor service on Sunday, June 11 at 10:30 AM at Plum Creek Park, Pavilion #2.

We’ll begin our morning with our worship service and then enjoy a potluck picnic together.  Plan to bring the following:

  • Something to sit on – folding chairs or a blanket
  • A dish to share
  • Place settings for you and your family (plates, silverware, napkins, and cups)
  • Beverages (the Church will supply ice water)
  • Bring any games you might like to invite others to play.

For directions to Plum Creek Park, visit www.tinyurl.com/plumcreekpark

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Mystery, Adventure, Wonder, and Joy — June 4, 2017

Religious Education Sunday

All classes will participate in the worship service. Preschoolers through 5th grade are featured during first service. The second service will feature middle and high school youth and will have a Bridging Ceremony for graduating seniors.

Sunday Services are offered at 9:45 and 11:30 AM with Nursery Care available during both services.

 

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