One service at 10:00 a.m. unless otherwise noted
August 27: Will Your Anchor Hold? How Does Our UU Faith Sustain Us?
Rev. Dave Hunter
Music: Candice Craig, soprano
We will explore how our UU faith sustains us in times of trial, when, for example, we walk through the valley of the shadow of death.
September 3: Labor Pains
Music: Laurie Rogers, piano
The origin of Labor Day is rooted in resistance. Labor has to do with how we make income and how we make the world. How can our moral commitments be reflected in our labor? What is resistance is required in 2017, 123 years after Chicago Pullman workers refused to allow their labor to be exploited?
September 10: What Will You Bring to the Feast?
Rev. Dr. Neal R. Jones & Dawn Star-Saras
Music: Vincent Craig, piano
This multi-generational service will infuse new meaning into a traditional UU ritual -- our Water Communion. As we come back together from a summer of church building renovations and personal vacations, we will celebrate a new church year and our beloved community. Remember to bring a small container of water from your summer, whether you spent the summer away or at home. In addition, bring one canned food item as a donation.
September 17: Not Who, But What Causes Gun Violence?
Rev. Dr. Neal R. Jones
The United States has the greatest incidence of gun deaths than any country in the world. On this Legislative Advocacy Sunday, we will examine the reason why.
September 24: Some Second Thoughts About Forgiveness
Rev. Dr Neal R. Jones
The Jewish New Year begins with Rosh Hashanah and ends with Yom Kippur, ten days of penitance. We will look anew at the practice of forgiveness with a more critical eye. What can forgiveness accomplish, and what are its limitations? Should forgiveness always be granted?