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Relentless Gifts. Rev. Dr. Larry Peers. This morning is an opportunity to worship together with members and friends of UU Berks at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Thomas Paine (TPUUF), led by Rev. Dr. Larry Peers to explore Relentless Gifts.

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The Life-Death Connection. Join members Lauren Fritz and Tracie Greth as they explore the connection between life and death through nature’s lessons and the moving images evoked by  Mary Oliver’s poetry.

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In(ter)dependence. Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. On this Independence Day weekend, we consider what it means to be independent. What might a shift toward interdependence have to offer us as individuals, a nation and a religious community?

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Join us for the Sunday morning worship service at NOON at the annual UU General Assembly 2021. The worship service will be available at this link GA Sunday Service. You can also visit UUA.org which will include both the video itself and a link to the video on YouTube; you can read the full description and see the order of service from this link), and the UUA’s Facebook page.

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Learning Together about Race and Ethnicity. Our congregation has made a commitment to becoming more fully anti-racist and anti-oppression. This weekend we deepened this commitment and our understanding of how race and ethnicity play out in our institutions and our daily lives in the Jubilee III Anti-Racism Training. This morning Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees and participants will share how their minds and hearts have been changed as a result.

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Bridging Service & Ceremony. Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. This Sunday we mark the journey of youth in our church community into young adulthood. This is known as the Bridging Service, and it is a significant UU rite of passage for those who have reached 18 and/or are graduating from high school this year. Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees’ return from sabbatical this Sunday marks another passage, and she’ll be sharing a slideshow of “What I Did on My Sabbatical.”

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“Tell Me A Story”. How many of us have had our whole worlds changed by another person’s story? A moment of shared connection, a song, a moment of creating together? In this collaborative service, adults and children from our Growing Anti-Racist UUs program will open up their own spiritual toolboxes and ask you to explore yours, too. We’ll be joined by a special guest, Omar Mohamed, who has woven his own life story into an award-winning graphic novel. Together, we will open and explore the ways that story, art, connection, and spiritual attention can help us live lives of empathy, meaning, and justice.