Sunday, April 23, 9:30 and 11:00 AM
“At Home on This Earth” with Rev. Jill McAllister and all
What does it mean to be at home on the Earth in this time of such great instability? Does the earth have more to teach us? If so, are we willing and able to learn? Members of the Climate Justice Committee will join in the service. We’ll begin the service with the traditional Czech Unitarian Flower Ceremony – please bring a flower or two to share, for each person attending.
* Childcare for Infants and Toddlers is provided at both Sunday morning services.
* Religious Exploration classes are available for Children and Youth during the 11AM service.
* Recordings of previous services are found in our Sermon Archive.
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If you were unable to turn in your pledge forms on March 19, you can place them in the yellow box on the table in the lobby outside the office. If you did not receive a pledge form in the mail, you can also pick one up in the lobby.
We have an exciting Building Renovation project underway. For more information, visit this page Building Renovation
Our Board meeting minutes, past Annual Meeting minutes, UUFC policies, and more are available online in the UUFC "File Cabinet."
The Spring Adult Religious Growth & Learning Brochure is up! Visit the Adult Religious Exploration Page to check out the programs, workshops, and opportunities for connection.