Sunday Services

Unless otherwise noted, all Services begin at 10:30am

December 9, 2018

Don’t Let the Lights go out!

We honor and celebrate the traditions of Hanukkah through music (from our pianist Ted Haiman), readings, reflections, food and dance. This is a multigenerational service—we encourage families with children to attend.

December 2, 2018

Reflections on Beloved Conversations:

Members Jennifer Greene and Marian Russo are participating in Beloved Conversations and will share their reflections on the first of a series of workshops. Beloved Conversations was developed by The Fahs Collaborative Laboratory for Innovation in Faith Formation, housed at Meadville Lombard Theological School. To date more than 140 congregations have participated in the program. Beloved Conversations recognizes how centuries of racially informed social, emotional and spiritual practices wound every person, no matter their racial and/or ethnic identity. Nested in the healing and deep work of faith formation, the curriculum calls each participant to reckon with how both their personal and group experiences matter and, when less-than-desirable outcomes are named, how to live and act in a spirit of reconciliation that brings growth and spiritual healing.

November 25, 2018

The Corruption of Our Democracy – Part II:

As Unitarian Universalists, we set priorities for our social justice efforts by investing in key issues that exemplify our commitments to justice, equity and compassion.  Congregational Study/Action Issues (CSAIs) are issues selected by Unitarian Universalist member congregations for four years of study, reflection and action.  The 2016-2020 CSAI on “The Corruption of Our Democracy”  challenges us to reconsider how we understand, participate and engage in democratic living.   Last week we viewed “Legalize Democracy” [video].  This week we will discuss the theological/religious grounding for this CSAI.

November 18, 2018

The Corruption of Our Democracy – Part I:

As Unitarian Universalists, we set priorities for our social justice efforts by investing in key issues that exemplify our commitments to justice, equity and compassion. Congregational Study/Action Issues (CSAIs) are issues selected by Unitarian Universalist member congregations for four years of study, reflection and action.  The 2016-2020 CSAI on “The Corruption of Our Democracy”  challenges us to reconsider how we understand, participate and engage in democratic living.  Join us as we  begin the UUGSB examination of the CSAI through the viewing of the film “Legalize Democracy”.  Discussion will be held during coffee hour.

 

November 11, 2018

Post-election gathering:

We will share stories of campaigns and voting, and our hopes for the future. We will also briefly observe the centennial of the Armistice which ended World War I on November 11, 1918.

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