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Upcoming Services

Sunday Services at 9:15 & 11:00 am, unless otherwise noted.
Nursery & childcare available.

 

April 22 - Sacred Instructions
Rev. Kent McKusick

In the tradition of Native American wisdom, this Earth Day service considers a vision of how we can restore out broken relationships with each other and with the Earth.

 

April 29 - Class Conscious in UU Life
Suzanne Zilber

Explore how socio-economic class cultures and economic inequalities require our attention and action as a faith.  Members who have completed the Class Conscious workshop will join facilitator Suzanne Zilber in sharing how we can make our congregation an even more sustaining place for people of all social class backgrounds.

 

May 6 - Intersection: Creativity and Life
Rev. Kent McKusick

There are intersections in the way that artists and non artists approach living: What is my art/life really about? Where is it going? What stands in the way of my art/my life? Creativity is not limited to artists. Life is full of creativity. Life is art.

Special Music: Women in the Round

 

May 13 - Celebrating All Who "Mother"
Rev. Kent McKusick & High School Youth Group

Mother’s Day is a complicated secular holiday that feels affirming to many while leaving others feeling excluded. Rev. Kent and the UUFA Youth Group collaborate on this service in celebration of the wide spectrum of mothering.

Special Music: Fellowship Voices & Musicians

 

May 20 - Celebrating Religious Education! - (start of summer schedule - one service at 10:00 am)
Rev. Kent McKusick, Janelle Carlson, and Religious Education Students

Come and hear the journey that students have taken in Religious Education this year!  Learn, from the students themselves, about the principles, holidays, and theology that they have been discussing in their classes.

 

May 27 - Monkey Brain and Messy Mind - (one service at 10:00 am)
Rev. Kent McKusick

Buddha described the human mind as being filled with drunken monkeys jumping around, screeching, chattering, and clamoring for attention. Dr. Scott Kaufman of the Imagination institute describes creativity as messy business, because it involves the whole brain. Is it possible that we are all extraordinarily creative? How might creative growth and healing happen during times of adversity? How might we see things differently?

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