April 25, 2021 – "Curating a Life" - Rev. Margie Allen

It’s fascinating to read about how curators decide what to include, for instance, in an exhibit in a museum. The process is way more complicated than you might think. You are a curator too. How’s it going? Deede Cook is the Worship Associate. Deede Cook, Peter Winkler, and Mike Hoffman share the gift of music.

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Weekly Events and Special Announcements – Apr. 18-25

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Small Group Chats After Service

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May 2, 2021 – "May Day! MayDay!" - Rev. Margie Allen

This morning we celebrate the ancient Celtic Holiday of Beltane (May Day) in song and story.

May 9, 2021 – TBA - Sherri Rasmussen, Worship Leader

TBA

May 16, 2021 – "Practicing Community" - Rev. Margie Allen

Lots of interesting questions and concerns are surfacing as people dig into the draft of a Covenant of Right Relationship that the Committee on Ministries of the Congregation is circulating for comment. We look at some of the brilliant spots and sticky places.

May 23, 2021 – "A Liberatory Faithy" - Rev. Margie Allen

From Widening the Circle of Concern: Report of the UUA Commission on Institutional Change: “[C]ontemporary Unitarian Universalism as lived, and as a living tradition, has two commitments: freedom of belief and its orientation toward inclusion, interdependence, and justice. These two commitments have shaped our faith tradition in positive ways and also led to some problematic dynamics.” This morning we think some more about a faith that frees, our faith.