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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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Join us via ZOOM for SUNDAY SERVICES    
Zoom link and password 673786 for Discussion Group & Sunday services Aug 2nd - Sept.6th.  
 

Meeting ID: 957 0531 2451   Passcode: 076026

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August 9, 2020

  9:10 Discussion Topic: “Comparing Democracy & Autocracy ”

10:30 Service   -   Joe Donatone, "We Are a Gentle, Angry People"

As the beloved hymn suggests, now is the time for us to sing for our lives and for the lives of our siblings of color.  Over the past weeks, we have seen a new era of anti-racism work unfolding before us.  We are gentle, we are angry, and we have a duty to help shape a more just future.  Ministerial Candidate Joe Donatone will share 10 ways to do just that.  
Service Leader: Dan Gribbin

JOYS & CONCERNS Email your joys &  concerns to Dan Gribben by Saturday to include in the Sunday service.


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From the UUCOB Board     Upcoming Board meeting date at 5:30 is August 20, 2020.  In case you are interested,  UUCOB members are welcome to attend an electronic meeting of the Board, You will have to ask for access code to enter  the meeting - contact Julie Hilburn  

                   SUNDAY SERVICES                                                

Each Sunday services will be live-streamed on Zoom. Please join us.
One Zoom link and password 673786 for Sunday services May 31st - Oct 11th.   

 
     
UPCOMING SERMONS

 August 9, 2020

9:15 Discussion Topic: “Comparing Democracy & Autocracy ”
10:30 Service—Joe Donatone, "We Are a Gentle, Angry People"
As the beloved hymn suggests, now is the time for us to sing for our lives and for the lives of our siblings of color.  Over the past weeks, we have seen a new era of anti-racism work unfolding before us.  We are gentle, we are angry, and we have a duty to help shape a more just future.  Ministerial Candidate Joe Donatone will share 10 ways to do just that.    
Service Leader: Dan Gribbin

 

August 16, 2020
9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:
10:30 Service-
Ellen Nielsen and others, Living with Cancer”. Four members of the congregation, Ludy Goodson, Linda Kalaydjian, Harry White, and Ellen Nielsen will discuss their recent or ongoing experience with cancer.
Service Leader: Ludy Goodson

 

August 23, 2020
9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:
10:30 Service:
Rita Scheeler, “Hunger: Then and Now, What's Next” Comparing the Great Depression with now and how we together can help ourselves and others.
 
Service Leader: Dan Gribbon

 

August 30, 2020
9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:
10:30 Service: --
Dr. Barry Pendry, “The Mystical Brain” Dr. Pendry will discuss Neurotheology and the Spiritual experience, with its implications for Unitarian Universalists. Currently, there is worldwide interest in Neurotheology, also known as the Science of Religion. Dr. Pendry will review Neurotheology from a UU perspective with emphasis on the spiritual/mystical experience. At the core of being, we are all mystics with opportunities to live the awakened life. Proponents say that Neurotheology is providing us with a Cliff Notes version of how to encounter the divine.

Service Leader: Dan Gribbon


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