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Share the Plate

Second Sunday:

TBA

 


 

Sundays in November

Theme: Abundance

Services Forums

2nd

11:00 am
Teaching Democracy, Creating World Peace, Saving Lives
Rev. Jennie Barrington
Traditionally, many Unitarian Universalists have preached about democracy, elections, or world peace on the Sunday before Election Day, in what has been referred to as “The Election Sermon.”

10:00am
Clinton School of Public Service
Speaker:Florence Mueni, Probation
Officer from Kenya

9th

9:30 am
Drumming Circle
11:00 am

To Leave a Legacy More Abundant
Rev. Jennie Barrington
This worship service, and the workshop afterward, promote inclusive thinking and help prevent discrimination in the search process. We will consider the hopes, expectations, and concerns you have for a new minister; learn more about the search process; and explore how thinking categorically could interfere with choosing the best minister. Please support our Search Committee, and all their important and hard work, by attending both the worship service and the workshop.

10:00am
Share the Plate (TBA)

16th

11:00 am
Beyond Categorical Thinking
The Search Committee and Special Guests from the UUA
This worship service, and the workshop afterward, promote inclusive thinking and help prevent discrimination in the search process. We will
consider the hopes, expectations, and concerns you have for a new minister; learn more about the search process; and explore how thinking categorically could interfere with choosing the best minister. Please support our Search Committee, and all their important and hard work, by attending both the worship service and the workshop.

10:00am
Everything You Didn’t Know About
Mediation
Speaker:Ann West

23rd

11:00 am
UU Bread Communion (Thomson Hall)
Rev. Jennie Barrington
For the Sunday before Thanksgiving, many UU congregations hold a “Bread Communion” worship service. Please bring some bread that
represents either your ethnic heritage or a family tradition--also fixings like butter, jam, and cream cheese. We will place the breads on long tables and bless them. During the service, you will be invited to tell us about your ethnic or family tradition. We will then sample the breads in fellowship, sing a closing hymn, and enjoy more breads and fellowship! We will begin our Guest At Your Table drive on this Sunday.

10:00am
Sequoyah National Research Center
Speaker: Dan Littlefield

30th

11:00 am
Life, Insights, and Upsets
Jeanne Brown and the Readers’ Theatre Group

10:00am
“Dr. Allan Ward presents …”