Sermons - All services start at 10:30am
September 28 - The Gap of Escalating Inequality!
For Unitarian Universalists, a living wage is a moral imperative. Our Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, of which many of us are a member, puts it this way: “The current minimum wage is a moral outrage”. We know the gap between equity and inequity is rapidly growing. What can we do to counter economic inequality? Speaker: Rev. Steve Aschmann, Service Assistant: Mary Zuck, Musician: Jackson Froman.
October 5 - Association Sunday----at First UU, Girard!
Please join us for our annual Sunday Service with our closest UU neighbors. The Service will begin at 11 a.m. The First UU Church is located at 107 Myrtle Street (from Main St. turn onto Myrtle St.) in Girard. Rev. Charles Brock will be leading the service and Rev. Steve will be the speaker. If you need a ride please call our Caring Team Leader, Ginny Sabol, at 454-3015. There will be no fellowship meal after the service.
October 13 - Columbus was an Immigrant!
The ebb and flow of humanity across our planet is a continuously endless
journey. Indigenous peoples continue to believe that “land” is not be
owned but safeguarded for future generations. UUs are devoted to
multiculturalism. With our current resources, how well can we respond to the influx of the many displaced persons and economic and political refugees? It takes courage to “Stand On The Side Of Love!” Musician:
Jackson Froman, Service Assistant: Michele Paich.
October 20 - New Direction for The Upper Room
Guest Speaker: Dr. Chris Taylor. Dr. Chris Taylor’s education and varied life experiences have led to his selection as Director of the Upper Room. He will tell us about his reasons for seeking that position and some of the highlights of his first six months. He will also give us some insights about his goals and hopes for the future of the Upper Room. Musician: Jackson Froman, Service Assistant: Michele Paich.
October 26 - Our Relationship with Death
Speaker: Margo Wolfe.
We have many birth stories, many life stories, but our death stories are
ones we tend to keep in a drawer, hidden from view. As we mark the end
of this Celtic cycle and the slow waning of the sun, we will examine our
end-of-life stories and how we can develop a more comfortable
relationship with death. Musician: Jackson Froman, Service Assistant: