Sunday, July 30th Rev. Steve Wilson: Humanism- Humanist Manifesto Back in the Day, think, a few brave souls who had had enough of false church piety, who knew you could be ethical without being sacramental, sat and signed “the humanist manifesto” a document that declared not that God was dead, but perhaps a touch more unreliable than a human trained on the good. Many of them were Unitarians. (Rev. Steve's last service until his return engagement on January 7th.) We are honoring Steve with a pancake breakfast before the service on July 30th, 9:30am, $5 contribution requested.
Sunday, August 13th Dan Tinen:"Through the Eye of a Needle: Spiritual Economics"
Sunday, August 27th, Barry Dietz: "The Seven UU Principles Series: Number One." The inherent worth and dignity of every person. Principles
Sunday, September 3, No Service: Labor Day Weekend
Sunday, September 10, Dan Tinen: "Water Communion" People can bring waters and stories for sharing collected from their summers.
Sunday, September 17th, Barry Dietz: "The Seven UU Principles Series: Number Two." Justice, equity and compassion in human relations Principles
Sunday, September 24th, Rev. Jeannie Mulqueen: Singing to transform the world. Recent Divinity School Graduate and Justice Singer and Songleader will lift our voices and the voices of feminist theologians to shift the world into the transformed place of which we all dream.
Sunday, October 1, Rev. Jean Wahlstrom Leads the service and a hike at Mt. Pisgah after the service.
Our Fall 2017 Programs will feature Rev. Jean Wahlstrom, Dan Tinen, Barry Dietz, Jim Scott as well as guest speakers, hikes and art workshops.
Rev. Steve Wilson returns for one winter service on January 3rd, and two summer services next year.