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This Month's SUNDAY SERVICES
Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
We Offer Hybrid Services
(in-person or online via Zoom)
If you prefer to attend online, the service will be offered at this zoom link: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/5915836890.
We hope that you will join us!
"Talking in Tongues"
Growing up in a Pentecostal church, glossolalia (better known as speaking in tongues) was a regular part of public worship and private devotion. While speaking in tongues is not part of our faith as Unitarian Universalists, it is a topic worth delving into. Join us as we explore the world of "speaking in tongues" as a metaphor and symbol for values cherished by Unitarian Universalists. Through this unique lens, we hope to gain a deeper understanding of the connections between diverse faith traditions and the shared principles that unite us.
"I'm Not The Lorax But I Speak with the Trees"
Our relationship with trees is deeper than many people know but can we actually talk to them and can they talk to us??
UUFS Long-Range Plan
Adrienne will discuss feedback that was provided by church members and friends regarding the future of the church.
"The Wisdom of Wizards; Lessons Learned from the Harry Potter Series and What JK Rowling Should Have Learned"
Rev. Jane Page
Rev. Jane explores the moral and ethical lessons of the Harry Potter series, especially as seen through the eyes of neo-stoics. She will also examine some of Rowling's negative views of folks who identify as transgender considering some of the lessons her own series seems to encourage. Feel free to come dressed as your favorite Harry Potter character.
"Blessings of the Animals"
UU resumes the tradition of Blessing the Animals with companion animals welcome, if they can be safely leashed or otherwise contained, and they enjoy the company of other animals & people. If not, congregants and guests are invited to bring a picture or other facsimile of their companion animal(s). All ages are welcome for this Intergenerational Service, which will be celebrated outdoors, if the weather permits.
OUR CURRENT COVID-19 POLICY
Because the numbers of Covid-19 cases continue to fluctuate in our area, we will have a sign posted on the church building door to indicate our current policy for our building.
Living Our Principles In a Time of Social Distancing!