August 30, 9:15 & 11:00 am
Make Kindness Your Religion
Rev. Kirk Loadman-Copeland
The Dalai Lama said, “My true religion is Kindness,” and so should it be for all of us. Because we can be provoked into being unkind, kindness is a choice, and sometimes a difficult choice. Still, the transforming power of kindness is truly amazing. Make of your kindness a spiritual practice, make of it a sanctuary.
Offering: Human Rights/UU Service Committee Task Force, Women and Children Seeking Asylum
Labor Day Weekend: Single Service
September 6, 10:00 am
The Inherent Worth and Dignity of Every Person
Rev. Jeannie Shero
We hope you will join us for the introduction to the September theme, Inherent Worth and Dignity. Our lives are bound together by visible and invisible ties that have significant impact. As we cultivate understanding of the web of existence, our ability to see others as inherently worthy, with a dignity all their own, increases. In this, our lives become more open and fulfilling. This service will be followed by an all-church potluck picnic.
Offering: Green Up Our Schools
4101 East Hampden Ave.