Rev. Chip Wright, Minister
November is here in full swing and indian summer is almost a memory. The Japanese Maple in the front yard is turned to calico and in the back yard leaves are falling off our grape vines. Fall is a time of reflection that brings with it a kind of graceful message of change. It speaks to both the warm days of summer, and the restful coddling days of winter. And in that message it offers a kind of faith, a grace, of knowing the cycles of our world and a trust in them.
Here at UUCM these first few months of fall have been rich with energy alive and joyful. Our first Congregational conversation offered many of us the opportunity to share with one another in ways we seldom get a chance to. The topics were inviting and relationships grew and sparkled. Any of you who were there know how wonderful an afternoon it was and how nourishing the conversation was. These conversations offer us a way to know our congregation, its friends and members in ways we seldom get a chance to. In these gatherings we learn from each other about one another and what calls us here to this unique Liberal religious congregation.
On Nov 24th we will have our second of these conversations, so put it on your calendar and come grow even deeper bonds in this community. Help fashion its hopes and vision for the coming years.
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