Sunday Service Notes for April 15: How Young is Too Young? And for What?

Guest minister Rev. Rus Cooper-Dowda considers the recent youth anti-gun movement and historical perspectives in the sermon, “How Young is “Too Young”? And for What?” starting at 11am. At 10am, Joe Weinstein leads our World Religions course.  After the service, join us for our monthly potluck. Spirit of Life Unitarian Universalists is covenantal and eclectic faith … More Sunday Service Notes for April 15: How Young is Too Young? And for What?

Sunday Service Notes for April 1: Spirit of Life, Amazing Grace

Rev. Rus Cooper Dowda takes us on a journey of musical exploration, looking at the Unitarian Universalist hymn, “Spirit of Life” and the traditional Christian hymn,  “Amazing Grace”, both UU favorites from our hymnal. “We can both soar with them and be comforted, too. What do they have in common? How do they differ in … More Sunday Service Notes for April 1: Spirit of Life, Amazing Grace

Sunday Service Notes for February 25: Finding Something to Dance about Every Day

Sunday, February 25 at 11am, guest minister Rev. Rus Cooper-Dowda leads the service, “Finding Something To Dance About Every Day”. In the book of Exodus, she says, Miriam led other Hebrew women and their families across the Reed Sea with tambourines and dancing. Long ago, my toddler liked pre-school because they found something to dance about every day. … More Sunday Service Notes for February 25: Finding Something to Dance about Every Day