Join us every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for our
live stream services...
Living Our Principles In a Time of Social Distancing!
June 7 - “Welcoming Transgender, Genderqueer, and Non-Binary Communities”
Dr. Karen Taylor, a former history professor at Wooster College, will present this talk in honor of LGBTQ pride month.
June 14 - "The Arts: Power to Transform Individuals, Groups, and Society"
Award-winning photographer Rebecca Blackwell is a retired Presbyterian minister and a recovering banker who lives in Woodstock, GA.
June 21 - "Becoming the Beloved Community --- Apologizing Well"
Beth Sutton, a lay leader with the Unitarian Universalists of Coastal Georgia, will present a program based on the writings of Harriet Lerner.
June 28 - "Weathering: The Strength and Susceptibilities of Black Bodies"
Dr. Stacy Smallwood, a public health professor and moderator of Bulloch Beloved Community, will explore the strengths and vulnerabilities of Black people in this time of COVID-19 and the killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Nina Pop, and George Floyd. Smallwood will anchor his talk in Arlene Geronimus' "weathering hypothesis."
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Use the "Rev. Jane Page" YouTube Channel to "live stream" the service. This is the channel where the sermons are also posted. Go to the link (above) and subscribe to this channel. Watching via live stream will not allow you to participate in our ZOOM Chat for "Greetings" and "Joys and Concerns" - and you cannot participate in the Virtual Coffee Hour, but it's an option if you are not a zoomer -- and want to SEE the service.
If you prefer to join by regular phone with just audio access,
call this number +1 253 215 8782
and provide this Meeting ID: 479 325 3254.
Let's Stay Connected!!
Rev. Dr. Jane Page
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Our Faith draws on many religious traditions, welcoming people with different beliefs. We are united by shared values, not by creed or dogma.
UUFS offers the individual a place to center oneself, programs to expand one’s heart and mind, and a supportive community in which to question, celebrate and work towards justice and peace.
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