Sunday April 30, Rev. Rus Cooper-Dowda leads the sermon, “And What About Naomi…?” “Many of us are familiar with the story of Ruth and Naomi from the Hebrew scripture,” says Rev. Rus. “Much is made of Ruth as an ancestress of King David. But, what about Naomi who started the story by traveling with her daughter-in-law? … More Sunday Sermon April 30 11am: And What About Naomi…?
Join us to celebrate a Unitarian Universalist Easter, followed by our 3rd Sunday Potluck. There will also be Easter activities for children. There is no 10 am adult programming this Sunday, although you’re welcome to join us starting at 10:30 for coffee and conversation prior to the service, and stay after to enjoy a shared … More Sunday Sermon April 16 11am: Celebrate Easter With Us!
Sunday, February 19 at 11am, Rev. Dr. James Macomber shares the service, “How Much Do We Owe the Stranger?” “The concept of cosmopolitanism has been important to the discipline of philosophy for millennia. It is of great importance to modern Unitarian Universalism as well, given the globalization of economic activity” says Rev. Macomber. ” So let us examine this concept … More Sunday Sermon Feb. 19 11am: How Much Do Owe the Stranger?