Sunday Service Notes for July 15: Clarity of Vision

Rev. Rus Cooper-Dowda leads the sermon, Clarity of Vision, on  Sunday, July 15 at 11am. Have you ever read Rita Mae Brown’s belief that “…The most revolutionary thing you can be is yourself.” Have you ever heard the “Cathedral Music of the Heart” when you least expected it? Have you ever listened to the kind … More Sunday Service Notes for July 15: Clarity of Vision

Sunday Service Notes for July 1 – Way Cool History, From a UU Galaxy Long Ago

At 11am, Rev. Rus Cooper-Dowda leads the sermon, “Way Cool History: From a UU Galaxy Long Ago,” to explore the 1961 merger of the Unitarian and Universalist faiths, to create Unitarian Universalism. “It’s easy to assume since we get along now, that the merger in the way back machine must have been a pretty easy event. … More Sunday Service Notes for July 1 – Way Cool History, From a UU Galaxy Long Ago

Sunday Service Notes for June 24: Sermon – A House Divided

Sunday, June 24 at 11am, join us for the sermon “A House Divided…” with   Rev. Rus Cooper-Dowda President Lincoln’s “A House Divided” speech and the hymnal reading “…Living With Your Best Decisions…” both address chaos that words can not automatically fix. But the good news is this: since we talk our way into messes we can … More Sunday Service Notes for June 24: Sermon – A House Divided