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Upcoming Services

Sunday Services at 9:15 & 11:00 am.
Nursery & childcare available.

 

September 3 - The Tom and Doug (plus one!) Sunday Service Show
Tom Florek, Doug Gentile, Rev. Kent McKusick

For Labor Day Weekend, we welcome everyone to the Fellowship for a holiday service on the spirituality of silliness!  Come and enjoy the original music, storytelling, and fun that Tom and Doug are known for on their radio show. Rev. Kent serves as the “plus one,” to either minister or be ministered to. This service will surely lift your spirits!

 

September 10 - A Community of Possibilities
Rev. Kent McKusick

In his book, Community, Peter Block writes: “Community offers the promise of belonging and calls for us to acknowledge our interdependence. To belong is to act as investor, owner, and creator of this place. To be welcome, even if we are strangers.” A paradigm shift, created by shifting our attention from the problems of our communities to the possibilities of our communities, is the beginning of collective transformation into the future.

 

September 17 - Finding Home in the World
Rev. Kent McKusick

Pádraig Ó Tuama is an Irish poet, theologian, and healer in our world of fracture. His understanding of how we might be more welcoming is embodied in an old Irish proverb: “It is in the shelter of each other that the people live.” This service explores “welcoming” as a spiritual practice through story, poetry, and reflection.

 

September 24 - Title Coming Soon!
TBD!

Description coming soon!

 

October 1 - Courage
Rev. Kent McKusick

The mystic and spiritual teacher, Osho, believed that courage is the total presence of fear and our ability to face it. His teachings blended various schools of thought, theology, and religion in his search for unity and inclusivity. How might Osho and Unitarian Universalism intersect and help us to understand and engage our fears and our courage?

 

October 8 - Title Coming Soon!
TBD!

Description coming soon!

 

October 15 - Bridging the Confidence Gap
Rev. Kent McKusick

It is a common human occurrence to have a lack of confidence or an abundance of self doubt at times in our lives. Dr. Russ Harris writes: “Our minds are truly brilliant at coming up with reasons why we can’t do what really matters to us. But that doesn’t mean our minds are right!” How might we let go of the struggle and learn to form a more courageous and wiser relationship with our self doubt and fear?

 

October 22 - The Courage to Learn from Failure
Rev. Kent McKusick

Last spring, 65% of all UU congregations (including UUFA) examined how white supremacy plays out in UU spaces and in our culture. One of the organizers, Kenny Willey said, “UUs are a lot braver on the whole than we give ourselves credit for. We have the capacity to have hard conversations, I really believe that.” Fifty years ago, similar conversations, controversies, and the resulting loss of many people of color was taking place in what is referred to as the Black Empowerment Crisis. Reflecting on our past and how it repeats invites us to be bold and courageous during these transforming times in our tradition.

 

October 29 - Title Coming Soon!
TBD!

Description coming soon!

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