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Worship With Us This Week

Prelude at 10:15 a.m.
Sunday Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Bancroft Room
   

Sunday, January 8, 2017
Sermon: Life on Life's Terms 
Preaching: The Rev. Sarah Stewart
As we begin a new year, we'll explore the things we hope to change in our lives for the better. Some in our community may be looking for simple self-improvement, while others are struggling with addiction or
self-destructive habits. The wisdom of recovery and the spiritual grounding of our Unitarian Universalism are tools for all of us in
changing our lives for the better. 

Sunday, January 15, 2017
Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday
Sermon: For All the Black Saints
Preaching: The Rev. Sarah Stewart
This Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday begins Rev. Stewart's four-part sermon series on Race. In these changing times, the spiritual legacy of racism and the promise of King's dream are with us more than ever. This Sunday, we'll celebrate Black saints in our religious and national history.

Sunday, January 29, 2017
Annual Meeting Sunday
Sermon: Unitarians Assemble!
Preaching: The Rev. Sarah Stewart
Annual Meeting Sunday brings us together in two of our great congregational traditions: to worship according to our conscience, and to lead our church democratically. Amidst the political uncertainty of our nation, the freedom to assemble according to our own wishes is yet another vital practice of our faith and our democracy. We'll practice the freedom of assembly and consider how communities of practice will help us live our values in the months and years to come. The Rev. Sarah Stewart preaching. The sermon series on Race continues next week.

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