Speaker: Rev. Barbara Threet
We’ll sing a lot, songs familiar and not so familiar, as we dispel sometimes-gloomy February! And songs, of course, call for poetry. Come sing and contemplate!
Our monthly pot luck lunch and congregation conversation will follow this service. Everyone is invited to bring a dish to share.
Due to inclement weather, there will be no service held this Sunday, January 19, 2020.
Stay home and stay safe, and we will see you next week.
So much of the holiday season has to do with the stories that various things bring to mind. Today we’ll explore one particular set of holiday (and life) stories.
Our monthly pot luck lunch and Congregation Conversation will follow this service.
We don’t always get dealt the hand we’d like in life, and when we don’t, the question becomes: how will we play the hand we have?
Our monthly pot-luck lunch and Congregation Conversation will follow this service! Spaghetti and meatballs will be served; attendees are invited to … read more.
New Member Sunday!
Our current UU principles and purposes start with these words, “We, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote…” This week, we’ll explore some of these words, and their history.
Our monthly potluck lunch and Congregation Conversation will follow this service. All … read more.
Life is full of beginnings large and small, and almost none of them exist without some influence from what came before. This Sunday, as we move back into the rhythm of the 2019-20 church year at UUCGF, we’ll reflect on what it means to start over, yet again.
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What does prayer mean for Unitarian Universalists? Why would we pray, and if we do, when? What is prayer – a supplication, a bargain, an affirmation, a centering, an abdication, or…? We’ll consider these questions and more, using prayers from many traditions and times.
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On this Memorial Day weekend we’ll reflect on how we UUs, who tend to object to at least many military actions, support those who have served in our military, and how we remember them.