Sunday Service Announcements

Sunday, October 30 at 10:30am:

"Healing and Recovery:  Stories of the Journey"

Lay Speaker:  Chandra Smith

Exactly how do we recover and heal? How do we know it’s happening and what does it feel like? A panel of UUFCO members share their experiences of the road of recovery, inside and outside the 12 Step programs. Coordinated by Chandra Smith and featuring special music.

 

Sunday, October 16 at 10:30am:

"Meditating on Mystery and Wakening to Wonder"

Lay Speaker:  Susan Kinney

Most UUs have heard of the basic principles that we covenant to affirm and promote.  But how many have heard of the stated sources from which we draw inspiration?  One of the five sources is the “direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, which moves us to a renewal of the spirit and openness to the forces that create and uphold life”.  Join with new UUFCO member and long-time UU, Susan Kinney as she explores what this might mean for each of us and how it has come home through experiences in her own life. 

 

Sunday, October 23 at 10:30am:

"The State of the Union and Some 'Minor' Issues"

Speaker:  Rev. Antonia Won

There will be tensions and a sense of hopelessness in this country regardless of who wins the election. We started the month focusing on the individual, then our community. To finish, we’ll explore some questions that face us as a nation like racism, the politics of division, and to question what we are called to as UUs.

 

Sunday, October 9 at 10:30am:

"Community, Creativity and Catharsis"

Speaker:  Rev. Antonia Won

This month the cover of our Soul Matters packet asks "What Does It Mean to be a Community of Healing?"  Healing isn't traditional language for UUs.  Is it in our religious DNA, or is it a trend we are responding to in society?  Are we a 'community of healing' as UUFCO in Central Oregon?

 

Sunday, October 2 at 10:30am:

"The Heroism of Healing"

Speaker:  Rev. Antonia Won

Joseph Campbell, mythologist, taught that spiritual life is a hero’s journey, yet healing takes compassion and gentleness. What does it mean to be a hero and how can this help us with our own healing work?

 

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