War affects everyone. Our service will be a remembrance for the dead and for the veterans and civilians impacted by war. Some of the many troubling questions about war will be explored since a Unitarian Universalist goal is “a world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all.”
To be truly alive is to be astonished. To appreciate the great complexity of a wound healing, a computer tell us where to turn, or the miracle of spring arriving again – is astonishing. Come and be reawakened to everyday miracles and our ongoing joy of being alive.
Unitarian Universalist take pride in our “open mindedness” and our “free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” No doubt the last six months have jarred many thoughts and feelings loose and you’re invited (for 3 minutes) to share with us what is on your mind.! Be ready for a lively and joyous service.
Unitarian Universalist take pride in our “open mindedness” and our “free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” Most UU’s have pet causes, issues, and philosophies that stir and motivate them. Some members dream and are currently envisioning strategies to enhance SUUS’s mission and effectiveness. Members are invited to share with the congregation the … Continued