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"We Are Love"      May 6
    Rev. Erin Dajka-Holley
"Covenant, Not Creed"
        Rev. Eve Stevens

"Our Discomfort with Prophets"
        Rev. Eve Stevens

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

June 3- "The Elephant  in the Cornfield"
The UU Climate Action Sub-Committee presents a service highlighting the  effects of climate change on growing food, particularly on the water cycle and soil.  Barbara Freeman will be drawing material from the Rev. Dr. Marilyn Sewell and from Climate Reality's Right Under Your Feet. 

June 10- Healing the Senses, Healing the Soul.” -  S. Brent Rodriguez-Plate, visiting associate professor of Religious Studies at Hamilton College,

Annual Rummage Sale- Friday June 15 9AM to 5PM.  Saturday June 16 9AM to Noon-bag sale.  "A Little Something for Everyone"

June 17, 11 AM: Annual Pilgrimage to Barneveld.  
Peter Van Cleave, PhD. will talk about "The Crisis of 1826 and the Fate of the Unitarian Church of Barneveld."
Music from Ann Carey & Matt Mielnick and refreshments on the lawn begin at 10 a.m.

June 24 - Flower Communion We exchange flowers to symbolize beauty, human uniqueness, and our shared community. Extra flowers are available, or bring your own. When the Nazis took control of Prague in 1940, they found the Unitarian gospel of the inherent worth and beauty of every human person to be extremely dangerous. Dr. Norbert Cepak, founder of the modern Unitarian movement, was sent to Dachau, where he was killed. His message of human hope and decency lives on in the Flower Communion service.

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in faith & pursuit of social justice. ~ All are welcome!"

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