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THE FOREWORD - Summer 2015 Newsletter

 (Part One:  Spiritual --- listing Sunday worship activities, religious education for all ages & Notes from the Minister, or visit our entire June newsletter)


Note on Schedule.  Our retiring minister, Rev. Art Severance, will be on vacation during the month of July and our new minister, Rev. Michelle Buhite, will be in the pulpit on Sunday, August 16th. Until then, members of our congregation (who were trained in a work- shop called “Preaching By Parishioners”) will lead worship and preach. Our summer services tend to be more informal. The new church year will begin Sunday, September 13.


Upcoming Sundays:  Services at 10:30 am  

July 5 - Them's Fightin' Word's - Jerry Kent.

     A Crusader, a Jihadist and a Unitarian walk into a bar....


July 12 - Magic, Illusions and Reality - Peter Diachun.

     Our senses can be fooled or misled. How do we decide what to believe?


July 19 - Disability:  A Social Construct - David LoTempio.

     Does disability impede our quest for justice, equality and compassion in human relations?


July 26 - Snow Shoveling - Sport or Therapy? - Roger Kenney.

      Snow shoveling - a labor of love and long term sustainable exercise? See the gourmet shovels.


August 2 - Lines of Perspective - Scott Mulder.

      Good, Evil, and the Beloved Community.


August 9 - Questions:  Ministerial Journey, Seminary, Theology? - Michelle George



     Because sometimes the very lighting of a special candle can be healing, during the quiet time after Joys and Concerns have been read, people may come forward silently and light a candle, then return to their seats. We have moved the candle stand for easier access, and also so it doesn't interfere with the children coming forward for the story.

     If you want to share a joy or sorrow with the congregation, arrive early Sunday morning before the service. Visit the table in the foyer next to the Welcome Desk and fill out the appropriate card - yellow for a Joy; blue for a Sorrow. During the service, the cards will be read by a member of the Caring for One Another committee and a candle will be lit for each.


If you are unable to attend church, or would like to hear a particular sermon again, there is a good chance you can find it on the UUCA website. Go to the "sermons" tab under "Worship & Ministry" on the left side of the page in the Main Menu - or click here. ~Joe Rautenstrauch


If you are eager to consider religious questions with others who
are not always certain they have all the answers, but who are determined to keep searching with an open mind, and acceptance of other peoples' beliefs....

If you are looking for a religious community in which to seek spiritual growth...

If you would like the fellowship of others for celebration and worship, discussion and education, friendship and mutual support...

If you want children to be helped to develop their own religious beliefs...
If you wish to preserve and extend the traditions of personal freedom and human dignity against the dangers they face today, you may find this church fills your spiritual and human needs.

If you wish to know more about us as you consider membership, talk to our minister.



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