Services at 10:30 am unless otherwise noted.

Worship in July

All-Fellowship theme: Embodiment: Using our hands, hearts, minds, and spirits

July 7 –  I’ll Meet You There  In times as troubling as these, where do we find common ground when we disagree? Service led by Myrna Adams West, a member of UUFA.

July 14   Unitarian Universalist: What’s in a name? Does our name help us or hurt us? Does it really describe us? Is it still relevant? Service led by UUFA Community Minister, The Rev. Dr. Don A. Randall.

July 21 –  Nurturing Ourselves – What does it mean to receive? In the Dog Days of Summer, it is crucial that we tend to ourselves. This service offers a moment of quiet reflection and ritual tending. Join us for a morning of softening, listening and receiving. Led by UUFA Director of Religious Exploration, Kelli McConnell.

July 28   The Religion of Cornbread (or food of your choice)  Gathering with friends and family around food can create memories we treasure, and often creates community. But not always. Come hear memories of Fellowship members and friends on breaking bread with others. Please bring a favorite treat (sweet or savory), perhaps a family’“sacred food” to share with coffee and conversation following the service, along with your memories.

Forum is on summer break.