February Worship Schedule 

February 7th:  "Does Liberal Religion Have a 'Box' on Authority?"

February 14th: "'Standing on the Side of Love' as Religious Authority"

February 21st: "Who's In Charge Here?"

February 28th: "Meeting Shiva's Gaze: Cultural Appropriation, Yoga and UU

One Service at 10:00am.

Second Hour Schedule - Sundays, 11:30am - 12:30pm 

Based on feedback from the Single Service Sunday Task Force follow-on survey, the plan for second hour for the 2015-16 church year is as follows.  The 11:30-12:30 hour on Sundays will be to schedule events according to a rotating schedule:

  • 1st & 4th Sundays -- Open for social events,committee meetings, etc.
  • 2nd Sundays -- Community Sunday Forums (conversations that include everyone)
  • 3rd Sundays -- Adult Faith Development Activities
  • 5th Sundays -- A Surprise Social!
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    Worship this Sunday:

    February 14th: "'Standing on the Side of Love' as Religious Authority,"

    Led by Rev. Barbara Coeyman

    Unitarian Universalists frequently cite “Love” as a pre-eminent religious quality. The current “Standing on the Side of Love” program has spawn numerous social justice projects, and today marks the end of the current round of “Thirty Days of Love.” Indeed, we are deeply rooted in love, as far back as the late eighteenth-century when our Universalist ancestors’ motto was “God Is Love.” Let’s add Love to the “box” of religious authority discussed last week.

    The Community Forum today will be led by UUCR’s new Transition Team. Everyone is urged to attend, to review the role of this important team in congregational life, and how it will evolved into UUCR’s Committee on Ministry after the new settled minister arrives.

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