Program Year Services are held on Sundays at 9:00 and 10:45 am.
November 4 Emergency: This is only a drill by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
This Sunday as we turn our clocks back, replace our smoke detector batteries, and have a practice fire-drill here at the Fellowship, let’s talk about what it means to prepare spiritually before you’re in a moment of crisis. Whether the coming election goes the way you hope, or not, what spiritual resources do we have to weather the future
November 11 Life, Death, and Gifts by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
Planning for the end of life is not exciting, but it can be incredibly loving and freeing. Sharing your wishes with others is your final gift. Come think about these wishes and plan for these conversations with family (as we perhaps prepare for family gatherings over the holidays). After the second service our Planned Giving Committee is hosting an educational session about the various ways to prepare your wishes and legacy for the future that all are invited to attend. Childcare will be available.
November 18 Partner Church Travel Sharing
with Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy and the Partner Church Committee
One of the greatest acts of conscience in the history of Unitarianism was Transylvanian Francis David’s refusal to obey the government’s request to keep his faith static. He insisted on following his conscience and evolving his faith, and ended up a martyr because of it. Join Fellowship members to hear about their very recent pilgrimage to Deva, Romania, the site of David’s martyrdom 450 years ago, and their reconnection with our partner church in Deva.
November 25 The Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
Thanksgiving has passed, and now we plunge headlong into the “holiday season.” As the Latke in our story learns, Christmas is everywhere! This Sunday’s all ages service will help us think about how to learn from ALL the winter holidays and how to practice our UU values throughout the coming month!