Harvesting the Power of “We”. Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. Spiritual community is a place to show up, belong, lament, renew commitments, keep hope alive, celebrate, and make meaning of our lives amid uncertainty and tumult. This morning we’ll strive to “harvest the power” of our UU community at this moment in our nation and the world following the shooting of Jacob Blake and the protests in Kenosha and amid the ongoing pandemic and upcoming national election.
Month: August 2020
Join us on Monday September 14th, @ 7:00pm when explore, reflect and share about sacred spaces – what makes them sacred? Contact Jane Rohrbach (email@example.com) or Nadine Smet-Weiss (firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-333-4015) for further information; contact Nadine to receive the zoom link for this … read more.
This week we will not be holding worship at UU Berks on September 6th. Members and friends are encouraged to worship at a neighboring congregation (virtually). We recommend the options below. Please note that Annapolis and Bethlehem begin at 10:30 and State College at 10.
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Don’t ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.
Rev. Dr. Howard Thurman
For Unitarian Universalists, September is a time of homecoming. It’s a … read more.
Your stuffies (really any toy or small symbol of you) ARE
INVITED! For a one of a kind UU sleepover!
Miss Ebee and Miss Erin will be acting as the UU bus to gather
any willing sleepover friends, or you can drop them off at the
church on Thursday … read more.
nadine j. smet-weiss
for a moment
that feels like
and you wonder
is the end
or the beginning
trust the beginning
let your heart
let life touch you
let love flow
let the unnameable mystery
Blessing Our Devices. Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. As we move into the Fall, some of us are returning to school in person, others are learning online. Some are working from home, others in an office or in person environment, and still others are retired or unemployed. But all of us are carrying things with us through our days – whether virtually or in a backpack or carry bag. This morning we’ll get a peak into what some of our church families carry – and bless our devices for the coming season.
Matthew Owen. How might we not just avoid but in fact tear down “idolatries of the mind and spirit,” in this time of great social upheaval and crying out for justice?
Weekly News for the week of:
August 9, 2020
The Virtue of Reverence
August 9, 2020 at 10:30 am
Rev. Sage Olnick
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