Due to COVID-19 we will be holding our Worship Services and Drop-In Discussions online for the foreseeable future. We will hold on-line services each Sunday at 10am (our regular summer worship time).
Sunday Service Link: https://zoom.us/j/131764422
If you are dialing in to listen to our service via phone,
here is the info you need to connect!
Meeting ID: 131 764 422
Dial: +1 646 558 8656
Our summer services begin at 10 am and run from 6/28/20 to 9/6/20. Our Drop-In Discussions are held on Tuesday evenings this summer.
August2 5| We Are Not As Important As We Think We Are
Do you ever feel weighed down with responsibility to others? Does it ever feel as if you can never do enough? You may not be as important as you think you are.
— Peter House
August 9 | Autism’s Many Gifts
In recent years, we have all become more aware of autism, and how it impacts the lives of those who have it. Autism is usually seen as a disability, but is it also a gift? We will explore the many ways that autistic individuals enrich our lives.
— Peter House
August 16 | The Hunger for Touch
It's one of the biggest griefs of this time period. Unitarian Universalism's Our Whole Lives curriculum has a word for it- skin hunger. Do you miss hugging your friends? Reaching out to connect at the end of church? You are not alone. Let's explore this particular grief together.
— Rev. Lane Campbell
August 23 | Legacies of Resistance and The Church with First Unitarian
We are in a crucial time for racial justice in our country right now, with the intersections of the devastating effects of coronavirus, a battle for voting rights, and continual instances of police brutality. What do past movements for justice tell us as the church about how to respond? How are we called as people of faith to counter injustice in these unprecedented and defining times? (Service Link for this week only: https://zoom.us/j/5852719070)
— Rev. Lane Campbell and Rev. Shari Halliday-Quan
August 30 | When a Picture Paints Too Many Words
I recently discovered an unflattering, twenty year old photo of myself, and it ruined my mood. How much of our time is spent fretting over what has already been? We will look closely at how our minds work against our happiness if we let them.
— Peter House
*First Universalist has a long-standing tradition of having one Sunday sermon a month be presented by someone other than our minister. Our lay-led services give our minister well-deserved unscheduled time, as well as allowing us to share our individual spiritual journeys, experiences and diverse world views, which is an important part of our rich Unitarian Universalist heritage.