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OUR MISSION is to encourage and facilitate consideration of ethics, philosophies, and religions and the development of our individual values and beliefs; to provide opportunities for fellowship and mutual support; to establish and maintain a vigorous Unitarian Universalist presence in our local community; and to expand our membership.

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YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
to SUNDAY SERVICES

Services begin at 10:30 a.m. Sundays.
Childcare and Religious Education from 10:15 to 11:45.
Coffee & Conversation - 11:30 to 12

The building is wheel chair accessible.

BE MY VALENTINE! – Be sure to make your reservations for 5:30 Friday, February 12th our 2016 Valentine Dinner Party.  We’re  having a special dinner to celebrate all of our sweethearts—that’s YOU,  of course!   You can sign up after Sunday services, or e-mail Bill Ternent by Feb. 10th to make a reservation.  The cost is $22 


STEWARDSHIP CANVASS DINNER -  6:00 PM on Friday, February 26th   How better to get “in the mood”  than an evening of food, fun, and fellowship?  Join your fellow members and friends  for the Stewardship Canvass Kickoff Dinner.  It’s not “pot luck”, so no need to bring food or beverages.   We’ll have a cash bar, music, and entertainment.   The sign-up sheet is in the back of the sanctuary, so add your name after the Sunday service.   


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Prior to the 10:30 am service, the Discussion Group meets at 9:15 a.m.  

After the service join us for "Coffee, Cookies and Conversation"

       SUNDAY SERVICES                                                

                                                                          Audio of Past services 

 January 31, 2016
10:30 Service:– Kurtland Davies, “Beyond Stewardship”    A call to move back to a time in our history when we were in kinship with each other and nature.   
  
Audio of Sermon

February 7,  2016

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: "The Power of Habits"
10:30 Service: 
 Rev. Lyn Plumb, “The Pursuit of Happiness”   
Just what does this mean, first mentioned in our founding fathers’ Declaration of Independence?  What may it mean for us now, over two hundred years later?  Rev. Lyn will explore various meanings and understandings of this rather elusive but persistent pursuit.                                                                                                                  Service Leader: Denise Carter

February 14, 2016
9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:
 10:30 Service:   —Rev. Lyn Plumb, “Where Caring and Love are.”  
                           
 We will delve into the life and times of Saint Valentine, raising up what the meaning  his life has morphed into, and how it may be pertinent to our concept of love and caring for us personally and collectively today.       
                        Service Leader: Linda Kalaydjian    

February 21, 2016
9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:
10:30 Service: 
 —Dan Gribbin, “The Meaning of a Life” 
We aspire to find meaning in our lives, but what, exactly, are the factors that contribute to a meaningful life for each of us?  To answer that question, I draw upon my own experience of my grandmother's life and upon the life of a man who spent seven years in solitary confinement, where he did discover the direction for a meaningful life.  Viktor Frankl's notion of three approaches to meaning lies at the heart of this talk.                   
Service Leader: Ellen Nielsen

February 28, 2016
9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:
10:30 Service: 
 —Rev. Lyn Plumb, “The Individual AND the Common Good”

We tend to be a people of individualistic inclinations, or so say many pundits.  What does this inclination mean for the common good of all, of placing the well-being of the whole in highest esteem?  Can we consider how to meld the two into a harmonious whole?                                                                                 

Service Leader: Phil Elliott

March 6, 2016
9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:
10:30 Service: 
 — Rev. Lyn Plumb, “Creating a Healthy Congregation”          What goes into forming and maintaining a healthy, vibrant congregation that all can be proud to call their own beloved community?  Rev. Lyn will “prime the pump,” as it were, to lead into the formal discussion of the various nuances to answering this question that will follow after the service.  All are invited to be there, be heard, and to hear what others have to say on the topic.                                                                                       

Service Leader: Chris Gruner  

 Discussion follows the service: 12:15 - 1:45 pm: “How can we create and maintain a healthy congregation?”

 

 



Audio of Past services

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