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

 

Beginning February 18 and carrying through June 30, 2019, Rev. McKusick will be on sabbatical.  Please continue to join us during this time, as we welcome many guests to our pulpit!

 

February 24 - Be Naked
Rev. Amy Petrie Shaw, Minister, Lake Country UU Church, Hartland, WI

Authentic relationship underlies and supports the work of social justice and community building. Come and join Reverend Amy Shaw in this exploration of compassion, vulnerability, authenticity, and unnecessary fig leaves.

 

March 3 - Title coming soon!
Rev. Dr. Brian Eslinger, UUFA Minister Emeritus

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March 10 - Title coming soon!
Rev. Rebecca Hinds, Minister, Peoples Church, Cedar Rapids, IA

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March 17 - Title coming soon!
Ben Spick, member First Unitarian Church, Des Moines, IA

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March 24 - Title coming soon!
Alison Rutledge, UUFA member

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March 31 - Title coming soon!
Rev. David Kraemer, Minister, United UU Congregation, Waukesha, WI

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April 7 - Title coming soon!
UUFA High School Youth Group

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April 14 - Title coming soon!
Rev. Dr. Kendyl Gibbons, Senior Minister, All Souls UU Church, Kansas City, MO

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April 21 - Title coming soon!
Rev. Dawn Cooley, Minister for Congregational Life, Southern Region, UUA

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April 28 - Who Ended Slavery? Secularization in Context
Dr. Hector Avalos, Professor of Religious Studies, Iowa State University

A number of prominent writers have claimed that Christian and biblical ethics were ultimately responsible for the abolition of slavery in Africa and the New World. Dr. Hector Avalos, in contrast, argues that biblical arguments against slavery began to be abandoned by abolitionists themselves because the pro-slavery side actually had an advantage in biblical support for slavery.  Thus, more secularized forms of argumentation, which rested on universalized humanitarian and legal premises, became more attractive in abolitionist movements.  The lecture is based on his book, Slavery, Abolitionism and the Ethics of Biblical Scholarship (2011).

 

May 5 - Title coming soon!
Rev. Jennifer Brooks, Interim Senior Minister, First Unitarian Church, Des Moines, IA

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May 12 - Title coming soon!
Presenter coming soon!

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May 19 - Religious Education Sunday  (begin summer schedule - one service at 10:00)
Religious Education Students & Teachers

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May 26 - Title coming soon!
Rev. Jay Wolin, Minister, UU Congregation of the Quad Cities, Davenport, IA

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June 2 - Title coming soon!
Rev. Chip Roush, Minister, First Unitarian Church, South Bend, IN

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June 9 - Title coming soon!
Rev. Diane Dowgiert, Interim Minister, UU Society, Coralville, IA

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June 16 - Title coming soon!
Andrea Hawkins-Kamper, Ministerial Intern, UU Congregation of the Quad Cities, Davenport, IA

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June 23 - Title coming soon!
Rev. Erin Gingrich, Associate Minister of Social Justice, First Unitarian Church, Des Moines, IA

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June 30 - Title coming soon!
Rev. Dr. Brian Eslinger, UUFA Minister Emeritus

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July 7 - Title coming soon!
Rev. Kent McKusick

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