Join us this Sunday for the unveiling and dedication of a new pulpit at Grace Fellowship Hall. The service will be a celebration of the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism, which bind us together, and also a celebration of the special relationships we’ve built at … read more.
Speaker: Connie Ussery
Educator, world traveler, community organizer and long-time Fellowship member Connie Ussery presents our talk this Sunday, and her spouse, Ron Ussery, leads the service. Whittaker Locke provides music.
Ron and Connie Ussery “Strut the Hooch”
We are meeting in person Sundays at 11 a.m., with … read more.
March is Women’s History Month, and women around the world are making history right now. Join us Sunday, March 21 (on Zoom) to celebrate women who are shaping our world..
Fellowship member Connie Ussery leads the UU Water Communion next Sunday, and you can participate. But you must act now. (Or before Thursday at 11 a.m.)
The Unitarian Universalist Flower Ceremony is sometimes referred to as the Flower Communion or the Flower Festival. “We remember people through flowers, volunteer service leader Connie Ussery says.
Norbert Capek, a Unitarian minister in Prague, Czechoslovakia, created the ritual in 1923. His wife, the Rev. Maya Capek, … read more.
This Sunday, if you are so inclined, wear something international. Connie Ussery and Dr. Joyce Hickson will take us on a journey around with world.
During this Sunday’s service we’ll celebrate the Fourth of July. We’re proud of our country and of our Unitarian Universalist heritage. (After all, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams were Unitarians.) Visitors are always welcome. And please stay after for burgers, hot dogs and lively conversation.
Fellowship members Joyce Hickson, Connie Ussery and Silver DeWitt will lead our Mother’s Day service.
March is Women’s History Month. Joyce Hickson, Connie Ussery and Pat Hart will talk about barriers great women have overcome.
Their talk will be based on Time Magazine’s September 2017 project titled “Firsts: Women Who are Changing the World.” The project focused on outstanding women in male-dominated professions … read more.