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Summer at the UU Movies (5) – The Fifth Spirit and the Making of a Future We Cannot See: Frozen 2
Service created in collaboration and presented by minister Rev. William Levwood, DRE Helen Rivers Cassara, and Music Director Angel de Armendi of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tallahassee with special guest Li Kynvi
“Ask More;” An Annual Question Service by Rev. Leah Ongiri
This year’s title of a well-loved annual service comes from some life instructions by poet Naomi Shihab Nye. Join us for her words, as well as some choice selections of the Ongiri children’s everyday questions. The sermon will be Rev. Leah’s extemporaneous responses to as many of our collective questions as time allows. That means it’s up to you! What have you been wondering about?
Mile of Music Sunday Service! by Marie Luna, Director of Congregational Life
Thousands of people come together every year during this weekend in Appleton to be part of one of the best live music festivals in the US. What is so compelling about live music? Join director of congregational life Marie Luna and several Fellowship members who will share why it is such a meaningful and, in some cases, spiritual experience for them. We will also have special music by local artists and Mile of Music alums Adriel Denae and Christopher Gold!
This I Believe
with Hollyn Shipps, Adrian Sieck, Chuck Spencer, and Gloria Wendt
Join us for our semi-annual service in honor of the various paths that we each find ourselves on. Our beliefs and journeys may differ but we connect in this community of faith for support and challenge. We’ll hear from Fellowship members and friends of a variety of ages and lengths of time. Don’t miss it!
Actively Seeking Awe by Rev. Karon Sandberg
Awe is the feeling of being in the presence of something vast that transcends our understanding of the world. The science of awe suggests that opportunities surround us daily and studies show that the physical and mental health benefits of experiencing awe are profound. Yet, how often do you truly seek out and embrace awe? Most of us can recall a handful of times when we have really felt it. Is it possible to create more awe in our lives? Join us as we explore the benefits and sacredness of this elusive emotion.
“What the heck is Unitarian Universalism, anyway?”
by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
Join Rev. Christina for a journey through UU principles, sources, theology, and identity with the goal of understanding better and being able to explain our faith to others who ask you about it!