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!
Summer Service held at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday
September 3 (10:00 a.m. only) Becoming Community: UUism and the iChurch
by John Newhall, Fellowship Member
Unitarian Universalism has reached a turning point. In order to become the Beloved Community we seek to be, we must understand where we can growth and deepen our faith.
September 10 (10:00 a.m. only) Mingling of the Waters by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
Returning to the Well – A multigenerational service of story, celebration, song, and ritual. We will return from summer for our final single service, bringing water from our travels, our home, or our neighborhood park to mingle together. We’ll contemplate what it means to “return to the well” and pour out our waters into the world.
September 17 “Practice Year” Kickoff by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
Welcome, Grow, Lead — These are the three words that make up your Fellowship mission — How might we live into these words and ideas more fully this year and in the coming years? This will be the kickoff of our Practice Year!
September 24 Ready for Anything by Rev. Leah Hart-Landsberg
Join lifelong Jewish Unitarian Universalists Rev. Leah and Fellowship member Jaclyn Kottman to consider September’s theme of welcome on Rosh Hashanah, the head of the Jewish year. How do we welcome who we wish to be? Maybe we hope to return to a former version of ourselves or to invite in a new phase entirely. In order to truly be ready for change, we need to accept our past and ourselves. This is hard work, best done in community. This service is for those from Jewish backgrounds and non-Jews alike and will include very special music by our own Mark Urness and Dan Van Sickle. At the end you will be invited to participate in a version of an ancient ritual called tashlich that helps us move on from the past and welcome the future.