Sermons - All services start at 10:30am
Sunday services in November will feature a series by Rev. Steve
Aschmann on the “Living Tradition Sources” of our UU faith. Altogether
there will be five parts including the “Earth-centered traditions” (#6)
presented in the previous October 26th service by CUUPS. And, our
Judeo-Christian Heritage will be addressed throughout December.
November 2 - Direct Experience: “To Thine Own Self Be True!”
From our rich personal experiences that our senses bring, we as Unitarian Universalists construct the ideas, the concepts, and the generalizations that give meaning and order to our personal lives and our mutual faith. Don’t forget: potluck to follow! Service Assistant: Doug Russell. Speaker: Rev. Steve Aschmann. Musician: Jackson Froman.
November 9 - Inspired Words and Deeds: “Challenging Women and Men”!
Our Bond of Union challenges us to join “the noblest lives of humanity” in confronting powers and structures of evil with justice, compassion, and the transforming power of love. Service Assistant: Heather Steinbrink. Speaker: Rev. Steve Aschmann. Musician: Jackson Froman.
November 16 - World Religions: “Tolerance, Acceptance, and Celebrations!”
Eastern and Western religions inform and transform our perspectives on our common human responses to living and knowing that our common end is dying. No religion has ‘a corner on the market” of truth; so we share them all! Service Assistant: Heather Steinbrink. Speaker: Rev. Steve Aschmann. Musicians: Jan Krack and Pat Lorei.
November 23 - Humanist Teachings: “The Religion of Humanity”
Reason supersedes the supernatural in directing solutions to the human
conditions. Linus Pauling said it this way: “Humanism is the joyous
service for the greater good of all humanity, the application of new ideas
of scientific progress for the good of all.”
Service Assistant: Heather Steinbrink. Speaker: Rev. Steve Aschmann.
Musician: James Pearson, cello.
November 30 - The INSPIRE team will provide an overview of our UU “Sources”
Service Assistant: Heather Steinbrink. Musician: Jackson Froman.