“Yahweh and Other Awesome Gods” ~ Rev. Antonia Won, Minister (pre-recorded)
October's theme is awe, and that goes hand in hand with questions of God and the Ultimate. Many people take God so seriously it's hard for them to talk about it, even if they don't believe. Let's try to talk about awe, God, gods and not god and see what we can learn.
Isolation and alienation are on the increase in society, leading to mental illness and outcomes that make headlines too often. What role does empathy play, and can we create more?
What does “kinship” mean to someone who is over 65 and to another under 35? What values and experiences bind people of a given generation? Where do we find common ground across the span of ages and worldviews? Come hear the perspectives and insights of a panel of UUFCO folk as we close out September's theme of kinship.
The Greater Community Collection resumes this month. September’s recipient will be NAMI: National Alliance of Mental Illness. Read more on our Social Justice page.
~ Lay-Led Service with writings shared by Joanne Willson, Maggie Miller, and Janet Russell
Writing members and friends of our congregation have been meeting together for several years, meeting every other Wednesday upstairs at Dudley’s Bookstore. This service will feature some of the fruit of their labor, and will offer an exercise for those in the congregation to explore.
Feeling like we’re part of a group is a basic human need. How we belong is a lot more complicated and sometimes costly. As UUs, on what basis do draw our circles of belonging? Is belonging a spiritual practice?