November Worship Schedule 

November 1:"Beyond Categorical Thinking:  A Way To Put Our Faith Into Lived Experience"

November 8: "Letters of Our Veterans in War"

November 15: "Oh, the Ravens and the Steelers Should Be Friends"

November 22: "Compassion: a Reason for Thanksgiving

November 29:  "Symbols of Compassion"

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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    The Worship Theme for November is "Compassion”

    This Sunday in Worship

     November 29:  "Symbols of Compassion" 

    Led by: Rev. Barbara Coeyman

    Last year on this Sunday after Thanksgiving you as a congregation began to create a “Gratitude Quilt” as one of your expressions of gratitude at this time of year. In this year’s Sunday-after-Thanksgiving service, let us consider how we experience and represent Compassion in our personal lives and in the life of this religious community. Oh yes, we might just have a new completed quilt to unveil and find a home for here in the UUCR building. This is a service for all ages.

    There will be no CYFD classes.  Children may remain in the sanctuary with their parents.  Infant and toddler childcare with Anjum will be available in the nursery.

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    15th Annual Alternative Gift Market

    Saturday, December 5, 2015
    10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    Looking for a special way to make a real difference this holiday season?  The Alternative Gift Market provides just that opportunity.

    This unique event provides our community with a way to purchase “alternative gifts” and to give to others in a different and more meaningful way. The gift recipients are people in need around the world, who are not on anyone's gift list.  

    More informatiom about this important event can be found here.  

    Child and Youth Faith Development

    Visit Lifespan Faith Development for more information about our Children and Youth programs.

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