Upcoming Services

Upcoming Services 2018-06-17T19:40:37+00:00

Sunday Morning Service – 10am

Sunday, June 24, 2018

“How Immigrants Have Shaped the United States”

Worship Leader: Lois Durran       Worship Associate: Ileen Carter

Special Music: Sue Haug, piano       Guest speaker: Nalini Krishnankutty

Immigrants are an integral part of our country’s past, present and future. This service will examine some of our preconceived ideas about immigrants and their contributions to the American experience, and provide a common ground for contemplating current attitudes and policies towards immigrants.

Sunday, July 1, 2018

“Being of Age”

Worship Leaders: Manfred Keune & Ron Smith

Worship Associate: Charlotte Eubanks

With the support of music, poetry and sharings, the worship team will explore the challenging topic of on human life in its final passages. The underlying questions touched upon are: What is our understanding of these passages? How does our thinking change in this phase of life? And how do the spiritual and every-day concerns get handled within our network of support.

Sunday, July 8, 2018

“Flower Communion”

Worship Leader: Caitlin Sager   Worship Associate: Elaine Jurs

This annual Unitarian Universalist ritual, created in 1923 by Norbert Capek, celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. Remember to bring a flower for each member of your family who plans to participate.

Sunday, July 15, 2018

“The End of Innocence: Race in Happy Valley”

Worship Leaders: Janet Irons, Mary Lee Kerr, Lorraine Taylor, & Suzanne Weinstein

Worship Associate: Charlotte Eubanks

What have we done about race at the UUFCC? Where are we now? Where do we want to be? What are we going to do next? We’ll begin with a brief congregational history and a meditation on the end of innocence, before examining where our Principles call us to go and talking about concrete steps we can take, as individuals and as a congregation, to get there. Come, be a part of the dream! And roll up your sleeves….

Sunday, July 22, 2018

“So a Professor Walks into a Church…”

Worship Leader: Leslie Brown       Worship Associate: Charlotte Eubanks

Special Music: Sue Haug, piano

Can academic scholarship enlighten us about what it means to become a better person? And specifically, how we engage as Unitarian Universalists? There are strong ties between what we study and explore and what we think about on Sunday mornings at the Fellowship. Come hear your friends share their discoveries and draw their connections.

Sunday, July 29, 2018

“What Makes You and Me Tick, Volume 2”

Worship Leader: Tony Guerrero              Worship Associate: Caitlin Sager

Come celebrate and explore your talents and “Intelligences.” Howard Garner says that we have 9, at least! This theory calls upon each of us to recognize what makes us tick; what we are good at, what we’re not so good at; what we enjoy, and what we don’t. The point is that we are all multifaceted, differently, and that the better we can understand how, ultimately, the happier we’ll be in what we do and how we live.

Soulful Sundown

Soulful Sundown is a quiet, contemplative, and thought-provoking service that consists of readings, quiet time, music and sharings.  Come and reset your spirit as you face the week ahead! Typically held the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month, this service is open to anyone in the Fellowship and general community.  Questions?  Have a Sundown idea or offer of assistance?  Contact Cathi Alloway at allowaycs@gmail.com or by phone at 717-512-7299.

The final “Campfire” service of the season will be Sunday, June 3.

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