SUNDAY, MARCH 29
“It’s the Kind of Fight I Believe In”
with John Mowbray
Who was James Reeb? Several UUUF Members will share about the life of this UU minister, including why he became a UU; why he went to Selma (and died there), and what his legacy might mean to us today. Rev. Reeb lived his beliefs and his principles out loud.
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"In Whom We Trust" | Presentation Recording
with Fr. Rudolph C. Cleare
Fr. Rudi, a familiar and welcome face in our pulpit, returns to explore changing notions of loyalty. Loyalty and trust are closely linked, supported by individual beliefs and values, and still, deciding in whom we trust, can change over time.
“Women Are Action Heroes: A message for Purim and International Women’s Day”
with Judith Stein-Farrall, Martha Kirby, and Triesta Hall
In our ancient and recent history, of myth and matter, women have taken the actions necessary to make much-needed progress, often uncredited. Today’s message, using women as an example reminds us to regard all and expect that all are worthy.
with Rev. Kathy Schmitz
Our Unitarian Universalist liberal religion encourages us to search and learn together – about our faith, personal and public, and so many other issues. Rev. Kathy, a UU minister, and former computer engineer will enlighten us on how we can move forward with compassion and grace, even in our current transition time. Note: This talk expands upon a talk given on November 17 entitled, “Not All Who Wander are Lost”. A recording of the November talk can be found in the archives on the webpage or by clicking this link.
Every Sunday, UUUF offers:
- Sunday Service at 10:30 a.m.
- Childcare for infants on up beginning at 9 a.m.
- Adult Religious Education "Inquiring Minds" at 9 a.m.
- Religious Education for Children Pre-K–5th at 9:30 a.m.
- Religious Education for Middle Schoolers during service
- Informal coffee and conversation after service
Diverse Beliefs • Shared Values