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Worship With Us This Week

On Sunday childcare will be available
during worship beginning at 10:15 a.m.

Prelude at 10:25 a.m.
Sunday Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary

Sunday, September 14, 2014
Sermon: “Love, Spirit, Worship, Service”
Preaching: The Reverend Sarah C. Stewart

The congregation of First Unitarian Church has proclaimed the "Ames covenant" at the beginning of the worship service for over 100 years. We'll explore the history of those four short phrases and wonder where the mission of the Church will carry us for the next five--or even 100!--years to come.

Sunday, September 21, 2014
Sermon: “Safe Congregations"
Preaching: The Reverend Sarah C. Stewart

On this Sunday as our children's Faith Development classes begin, we reflect on what we want out of our children's religious education and the importance of maintaining a safe space for their spiritual development. As a parent, I want at the same time to grant my children freedom to explore their world, and to trust in their safety, even though I know that complete safety is an illusion. Safety in the church is a special concern and responsibility of religious communities.

Sunday, September 28
Sermon: “The Heart of the Matter”
Preaching: The Reverend Sarah C. Stewart

Genuine spiritual practices ground us in our best selves and connect us to authentic relationships, to one another and to the Divine. They engage our bodies and our spirits. They are not just one more thing to excel at. In fact, they often teach lessons of failure and uncover the truth that our best selves are also our broken selves. They can be done alone or as a group--participating in church life can be a spiritual practice for all of us.

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