This Sunday: “Criticisms of UU,” plus our First Sunday Potluck
Lay Leader Rick Spradlin will explore some common criticisms of Unitiarian Universalism. It will be a great way to get to know us, plus you can join us for lunch after the service. Visitors are always welcome.
Rick is a special education teacher, a lifelong student of religion and philosophy and a longtime member of our Fellowship.
Our Sunday services feature a talk, like Rick’s, plus some music, a little meditation and other opportunities to recharge you spiritual or emotional batteries for the coming week.
We welcome people of all religious and ethical traditions who are engaged in a responsible, loving search for truth and meaning. We believe in the worth and dignity of all people.
Children’s Religious Education is on summer break, but childcare is still available on Sundays from 9:15 a.m. until noon. Here’s the Sunday schedule:
9:15 a.m. Adult Religious Education: Sikhs, Seventh-day Adventists, & Mennonites
10:15 a.m. Coffee and conversation before the service.
10:45 a.m. The Sunday service, this week featuring “Criticisms of UU.” (We can take it!) Services last about an hour.
Rick Spradlin on “The Eye of the Storm: Finding Serenity in a World of Chaos”
Rick is our Fellowship’s lay leader. He’ll talk about staying sane in these challenging times.