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June 3 Flower Communion Rev. David Celebrate the beginning of summer in this annual beloved Unitarian service. Norbert Čapek was the founder of the Uni-tarian Church in Czechoslovakia. He saw the need to unite the diverse congregants of his church from varying Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish faiths. For this reason, in 1936, he honored the universal beauty of nature by having a communion of flower instead of the Eucharist. Please bring a flower to share during the service.

June 10
Sharing Our Religious Upbringing Melanie Holmes
Francoise Johnson & Mike Wolf
People come to Unitarian Universalism by a variety of paths--from lifelong UU's, to those who were raised in other faith traditions, to those who were brought up with no religious af-filiation at all. In this service, three congregation members will share the traditions of their upbringing, how these tradi-tions shaped them, and what they enable them to offer others today. June 17 The Book of Jonah Has a Message for UUs on Fathers' Day Eileen Klees The Book of Jonah is about a prophet called to perform a mission that he didn't want to do. Eileen Klees will use the story of Jonah to illuminate the challenge of taking on a mis-sion that is uncomfortable, uncertain and maybe even unrewarding. Yet, we must heed that call.

June 17 The Book of Jonah Has a Message for UUs on Fathers' Day

Eileen Klees The Book of Jonah is about a prophet called to perform a mission that he didn't want to do. Eileen Klees will use the story of Jonah to illuminate the challenge of taking on a mis-sion that is uncomfortable, uncertain and maybe even unrewarding. Yet, we must heed that call.

June 24
Getting to Know UU Pam Carlson with Josh Cottrill
This is our occasional series of interviews of our members who share the story of their faith journey. In this service, Josh Cottrill will interview one of our longtime members, Pam Carlson.

Buddhist Meditation

Reverend Marcia Curtis invites you to participate in a Buddhism-based meditation in a group setting. Join us Sundays at 7:30pm in the church sanctuary. Newcomers welcome.

Religious Education

       

Childcare for our youngest is available during services.
                

                        All children are welcome!   

 

 

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