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This Month's SUNDAY SERVICES
Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

Our sanctuary is opened for in-person services!

We Are Offering Hybrid Services
(in-person or online via Zoom)

UUFS COVID 19 POLICY
3.16.22

At the March 15, meeting of the board, a decision was made to make masks optional in our building. Our community’s COVID numbers have been declining and we are now within the CDC guidelines for doing this. We will still have masks available and will continue to have hybrid services, with Zoom options. These changes go into effect immediately. And, our children are welcomed back. Childcare will be provided during the message.

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May 1
"It Takes All That: Wisdom from a Native American Mom”
Clint Tawes

Although this sermon comes one week before Mother’s Day, Clint Tawes shares some of the lessons he learned being raised by a strong, proud Native American woman. At the end of the sermon, he would like to invite the congregation to share any one-line words of wisdom they have learned from their mothers.

For information about our in-person service please see our Covid guidelines above.

Or, if you prefer to attend online, the service will be offered at this zoom link: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/5915836890.

May 8 
"Celebrating with Questions - Ask Mama Jane"
Rev. Jane Page

On this Mother's Day, Rev. Jane continues her celebration series by "Celebrating with Questions!" Yes, this is our Annual "Ask Mama Jane" message. You bring your questions and write down on slips of paper (we will provide some) and drop them in a box. Or, if you are on Zoom, you can write them in the chat box. These questions can be on UU, theologies and world views, spirituality, the big questions, the little questions, and more. Jane will try to respond to as many as possible. This is the only sermon during the year in which she comes unprepared, but it's usually informative and fun. We will also take time to honor all those who nurture us on this special day.

For information about our in-person service please see our Covid guidelines above.

Or, if you prefer to attend online, the service will be offered at this zoom link: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/5915836890.

May 15
"Religion as Quest"
Michael Neilson, GS Dept of Psychology

Dr. Michael Neilson has a message for us that explores what research says about religion as an ongoing search, rather than a destination or a tool.

For information about our in-person service please see our Covid guidelines above.

Or, if you prefer to attend online, the service will be offered at this zoom link: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/5915836890.

 

May 22
"Celebrating Our Future!"
Rev. Jane and Our Children and Youth

Rev. Jane will host a panel of our youth as they share about their experiences growing up with UU values in our congregation and what they envision for their own futures and that of Unitarian Universalism.

For information about our in-person service please see our Covid guidelines above.

Or, if you prefer to attend online, the service will be offered at this zoom link: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/5915836890.

May 29
Memorial Day Weekend Picnic

Join us at Rev. Jane's home for our Annual Memorial Day Weekend Potluck Celebration. We will honor those who serve as we walk the labyrinth, then have our lunch, followed by a bridging ceremony for Walden Hackle. You are invited to enjoy the kayaks and paddle boards, and trampoline with your families. Someone will be at the church at 10:30 a.m. to direct visitors to this nearby location. Bring your favorite dishes and beverages to share. Jane and Greg will furnish all paper products and ice, etc. If it rains, we will still have room in the house, under the carport, and on the porches for this occasion.
Zoomers are invited to join another UU congregation today - perhaps All Souls in DC. at https://all-souls.org/

Living Our Principles In a Time of Social Distancing!