First Wednesdays: UU and You
On the first Wednesday of each month, we host a presentation and Q&A session focusing on a specific topics related to the Unitarian Universalist tradition and practice. These are designed for those who are new to UU or to the Fellowship, but they may be of interest to those who have been around for a while as well. Everyone is welcome. The meeting space is fully accessible. Childcare can be arranged at no charge, with 48 hours notice to email@example.com.
On the first Wednesday in March, we will consider Unitarian Universalist worship practices. Why do we do what we do on Sunday morning? Where did that come from, and what does this mean? Why are we doing it this way as opposed to that, and why don’t we do this other? How much of it is habit, local culture, tradition, or something else? Which practices or elements are spiritual in nature, and which are religious, and why, and what’s the difference? What, if anything, is non-negotiable? And why do we use the words we use — couldn’t we just call it something else? There is so much to talk about! Bring your questions, suggestions, and ideas. 6:30 pm on Wednesday, March 4 in the Fellowship Hall.