Program Year Schedule (September through May):
Services are held at 9:00 and 10:45 a.m. on Sundays. Nursery care is offered at both services for infants to 4 year olds. Religious Education classes for preschool through 6th graders meet at the 9:00 and 10:45 a.m. services and 7th and 8th grade students meet at the 10:45 a.m. service. Breakfast Club for high school students meets from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Please join us!
April 2 Born This Way, Again by Rev. Kathleen Rolenz
The theme for the month of April is “Born Again,” which too often is narrowly defined to mean one thing. However, Unitarian Universalists like to say that “revelation is not sealed” and therefore, can be said to be born again…and again..and again! With some help from Lady Gaga, Woody Guthrie and the Fellowship Band, we’ll dig into what meaning this has for our faith and our Fellowship.
April 9 Thanks for Staying by Rev. Kathleen Rolenz
Culturally, we have a strong leaning towards the rights of an individual to make independent decision about their lives and their deaths. Many of us have known someone who died by their own hand, and each of those losses affect the living. In this service, through story and music from singer/songwriters from the Fellowship, we’ll explore both the struggle and the importance of “staying.”
April 16 Second Chances by Rev. Kathleen Rolenz and Rev. Leah Hart-Landsberg
In a world where nothing is permanent, we treat death as the exception. For those who celebrate Easter, Jesus’s resurrection is experienced as important theological “second chance.” On this Easter Sunday when Christians celebrate Jesus’ resurrection as we’ll look with at the problems and possibilities of life – before and after death.
April 23 A Dialogue between Generations: A Service by UU Children for UU Adults
Intergenerational relationships can be rich and rewarding, yet we of the Fellowship don’t often have opportunities to connect in a meaningful way with individuals from different stages on life’s journey. In this service, we will spend time reflecting on the gifts of intergenerational friendship, the rewards of connecting as a whole community, and offer up the question of how we might help one another grow as Unitarian Universalists. This service will be guided by the young people of the Fellowship as they provide an opportunity to plant the seeds of a deeper connection between generations.
The April 30 and May 7 services will be led by the candidate for the Senior Minister position.