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RECORDINGS...

LISTEN:
"Vessels of the Holy"
                                   Dec 24

LISTEN:
"Longing for Wholeness"
                                   Dec 20

LISTEN:
"Having Faith In Our Children"
                                   Dec 6

SERVICES SCHEDULE...
Sundays 10:30-11:30 am
  Join us for a hospitality hour following each service.

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In January, we will explore the theme of "Aging"
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January 3:     “Forgiveness"
The movie Admissions asks, “is it better for everybody to be forgiven in life or do some people deserve to be judged and condemned.”  Rev. Janet Stemmer, Jack Pendrak and Linda Mackos will explore approaches to forgiveness.

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January 10:
 "Infants and Sages:
   Why We Need Each Other"
            –
Rev. Eve Stevens
Join us as we begin our month-long series on the topic of aging.

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January 17: "Taking Up What Others Can No Longer Bear:  A Community Service on Aging and Dying"   
Fritz Barnes, Kim Bywater and Simone Shaheen will lead a service in which they share personal experiences of aging and their experiences with those close to death.

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January 24:
  "Protecting Our Innocence"
         - Rev. Eve Stevens
What do we give up as we grow up and learn the complexities of the world and the people in it? What should we hold onto?

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January 31:
      The Mohawk Valley Cluster of UU Churches comes together in this service led by Rev. Eve Stevens.
      What if you could write a letter to your younger self, what would you say? What if you could write a letter to your older, future self, what would you say? Join our friends from our sister congregations as we come together in a joint worship service to share our letters aloud.


 

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