Wishes do come true! But sometimes it takes a little more than tossing a penny in a well. This morning will be a multi-generational service led by our candidate for settled ministry, Rev. Scott Rudolph with special guest musician David Roth.
Come join us this Sunday and hear the first of two sermons from our ministerial candidate, Rev. Scott Rudolph. Rev. Scott will speak this Sunday and again on May 7. Help us welcome our candidate who has traveled from the Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to be with us these two Sundays. A letter to the congregation from Rev. Scott is posted on the UUFCO website. It includes a link to his website, which gives additional information about his background and current congregation.
James Baldwin writes, 'Not everything that is faced can be changed. But nothing can be changed until it is faced.' Join Rev. Antonia and members of UUFCO as they share stories of what they've faced and the change it's brought to their lives and commitments.
On Easter Sunday, Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead – the centerpiece of faith for many. The Easter story holds a mysterious power. But is Easter more than just a day? What happens when we think of resurrection as a verb? The choir sings at both services this morning.