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This Sunday

May 1st, 9:15 and 11 a.m.

Music Sunday: Mozart’s Coronation Mass
John Hubert and the First Universalist Singers

This Sunday brings the First Universalist Singers together with a 17 piece chamber orchestra to present W.A. Mozart’s exciting Mass in C Major, K.317. This piece was nicknamed the Coronation Mass due to its use at the coronation of Emperor Francis I of Austria a few months after the composer’s death. The music is riveting and gorgeous and we hope to uplift your spirits with Mozart’s brilliance.
Compassion in Action: Habitat Interfaith Alliance

Next Sunday

May 8th, 9:15 and 11 a.m.

Loved Unconditionally
Rev. Jeannie Shero and Aaron Norris, Ministerial Intern
A hallmark of motherhood is the capacity to love unconditionally. Often that is true, but such love comes not only from mothers, it also flows from fathers, relatives, friends, partners, and back to parents from children. There is within us all the capacity to love unconditionally, and to fail to do so. To come to know what it is to love unconditionally, we so often need to first experience unconditional love extended to us. This is possible within a beloved community. Indeed, it is our calling as a congregation.

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Happenings: April 27, 2016

This week’s issue of our e-newsletter is full of information on new and upcoming events, including concerts, social gatherings, and congregational meetings. Read about Denver Rescue Mission, our new recipient organization for homeless support, and find a list of needed items. May 1st is a registration deadline for several programs, so get the details today!


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