Sunday Service, April 2, 10:00 am

“Writing a Canvass Sermon is Easy!”

Rev. Gabi Parks, Worship Leader

Well, at least that’s what a colleague told Reverend Gabi. Come and see whether he was right, or if she proved him wrong!

Soulful Sundown, April 2, 7:00 pm

“Native American Spirit”

Meditation and practices from Native American traditions will be shared. This Soulful Sundown takes place the weekend of the Traditional American Indian PowWow at Mount Nittany Middle School.

Sunday Service, April 9, 10:00 am

“Blue Boat Home”

Dorothy Blair & the Green Sanctuary Committee, Worship Leaders

As the much-loved hymn reminds us, we are “kindred pilgrim souls” sailing the infinite starry sea, deeply interdependent with earth, our “blue boat home.” Join us for this Green Sanctuary service, as we celebrate our small, fragile, resilient earth, and ponder our tremendous power as a species to both wound and heal out home.

Sunday Service, April 16, 10:00 am

“He Didn’t REALLY Come Back from the Dead, Did He?”

Matthew Shineman, DLRE, Worship Leader

While many Unitarian Universalists happily celebrate Christmas every December, we have a more challenging tim with Easter due to the resurrection. Join us on Easter morning for a multigenerational service as we explore the Easter story from a new perspective, and in an entertaining and engaging way. Kids should join us after the service for UUFCC’s annul Easter Egg Hunt!

Sunday Service, April 23, 10:00 am

“TBA”

Tentative date for a service by our ministerial candidate.

 Soulful Sundown, April 23, 7:00 pm

“Knit Wits: Everything I Need to Know I Learned from Knitting”

Cait Sager, Worship Leader

Knitting is so much more than just making a scarf; it is a journey of discipline, acceptance, and self-discovery. It is meditation, and at the end, you have a scarf. Join us a we examine the spirituality of creativity and the fiber arts, with a blessing of the hooks and needles.

Sunday Service, April 30, 10:00 am

“TBA”

Tentative date for a service by our ministerial candidate.