Our fellowship is open to all who seek a religious home without creed or dogma and guided by love, reason and conscience.
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The theme for October is the Fifth Principle of the UUA Covenant: The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large
October 2: Right of Conscience and/vs. the Democratic Process
+ Family Sunshine Center: Social Action Committee hosts discussion with our Share the Plate Partner organization.
+ Harvest the Power: Wrapping up session III, starting session IV of UU lay leadership series.
+ What’s So Funny?: Professional comedian Nick Morgan-Moore leads discussion of humor.
October 9: presented by Rev. Maureene Bass
+ Pursuit of Happiness: Professor Charles Beverly facilitates this philosophical discussion.
+ Prayer in Public: Sharon Sexton leads conversation on this legally and theologically complicated topic.
October 16: Freedom of Speech
Open communication and expression without barriers, as a civic and moral principle.
+ Harvest the Power: Concluding session IV of the UU lay leadership program.
+ Poetry discussion: Charles Suhor leads this exploration of “The Mind of Absolute Trust” by Seng-Ts’an.
+ Black Lives Matter: Social Action Committee hosts discussion of the movement and our relationship to it.
October 23: Children of Promise: Closing Opportunity Gaps
This is our congregation’s third annual recognition of the International Children’s Sabbath.
+ TED Talk: Video and discussion led by Roger Burdette.
+ Friends and Family Chapel: An intentionally intergenerational, kid-friendly, less formal UU worship experience — everyone is invited!
October 30: The Democratic Process
What does democracy have to do with liberal religion?
Fifth Sunday Potluck: Bring something to share if you can. Everyone is welcome.