For your convenience, we've posted descriptions of this month's sermon topics and speakers.
Dick Park, with Karen Auroy, Worship Associate
The Participation Service has its roots in the Quaker Meeting. There is quiet music and introductory words at the beginning, and quiet music at the end, but in between, the silence is broken only by individuals sharingthoughts and feelings that are significant to them.
Dick is a retired social worker, and has been a UUCM member for 46 years. He is a former president of the UUCM board, and a former member of the UUA Board of Trustees.
Jeffrey Melcher, with Sue Fleckles, Worship Associate
Where has the Sabbath gone? Sundays mornings are now for baseball, soccer, and dance practices in the secular world. How can we "Do" church and religious education competing with these interests? Can we radically remake our style for this era? And what do black holes and dark matter have to do with anything anyway?
Rev. Chip Wright, with Sue Fleckles, Worship Associate and Congregational Sharing
Come gather and celebrate the beginning of the new church year! Don’t forget to bring water and objects from your summer adventures!
It's time to pull out those recipes for our ingathering potluck.
H-M fruit or dessert
N-W main dish
About four volunteers are needed for setup and cleanup of food and beverage, and one point person for the event.
Rev. Chip Wright, with Linda Haumann, Worship Associate
Healthy spirits are often a product of approach. How we come at life can make a huge difference in what we achieve
and the kind of success we can hope to have.
Joan Nelson, with Rodney Gothelf and Jason Stearns, Worship Associates
Old structures are falling away. New ones are forming.
We still have a chance to play a crucial role in the outcome.
But first we need to get-it about the "interdependent web" thing.
Sub-atomic/molecular/quantum physics isn't as difficult as it sounds.
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