February 23, 2020, “Reason”—The Fifth Source (#5 in a series) - Rev. Margie Allen

"Humanist teachings which counsel us to heed the guidance of reason and the results of science, and warn us against idolatries of the mind and spirit.” A close look at the fifth of the six sources from which our living tradition draws.Dan Weymouth and Claudia Jacobs share the gift of music.

March 1, 2020, “And A Little Child Shall Lead Them” - Rev. Jennifer Brower

Join our guest minister, Rev. Jennifer Brower , for our service of meditation in song, silence and the spoken word reflecting upon how we use our days. Music provided by the Unicorn Singers.

March 8, 2020, “The Constant” - Rev. Valerie Freseman

What are the sources of strength? What keeps you going and gives you hope in justice work? What do we use as a guiding star? The service celebrates the sources of our perseverance, and what it takes to engage in a continuing process of refining our sense of purpose. Rev. Freseman serves the First Universalist Church of Southold, NY. She graduated from Union Theological Seminary in 2014 and has served as a chaplain resident in Hartford, CT as well as for congregations in New Jersey, New York, and Ohio. Linda Cortese is our musician.

March 15, 2020, “My Personal Evolution” - UUFSB Youth Group

In this service the members of the Youth Group will share their reflections on how they have changed and grown personally and emotionally, and what they see for themselves in the future.

March 22, 2020, “Islam and the Thread of Social Justice” - Tehmina Tirmizi (from the Selden Masjid), Service Leader

Islam is not only a religion, but an inspiration of faith, submission to Allah, and a guided moral virtue towards social justice. A close look at the teachings of Islam through the Quran and the sayings and characteristics of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) which motivate harmony and fairness in society. Music will be provided by the UUFSB Folk Group.