Sermons for August

Annual Poetry Service

Worship Committee
August 1

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Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and thought has found words.
Robert Frost

Bringing back an annual favorite: our Poetry Service. Poets and lovers of poetry will be sharing poems and music that are special to them. Contact Kim Roberts if you would like to participate.

The Eternal Vigilance

Marc Petrequin
August 8

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In the past two years in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic we have witnessed some of the greatest threats to democracy in living memory both nationally and globally as authoritarianism and despotism steadily flourish worldwide. How can we as Unitarian Universalists hope to act upon our fifth and sixth principles of using the democratic process to achieve peace, liberty, and justice in the world community when fact and truth are subjectively conditional to tribalism in the name of nationality?  Join us as we confront this threat and explore the spiritual impetus of being a responsible and upstanding citizen to create a greater world for us all.

Meet Our Caring Committees

Committee Members
August 15

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The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
Mahatma Gandhi

Be inspired by the work of our Social Justice and Community Outreach committees, and the Compassion Care Team. They have been furthering our mission within the Fellowship, the local community and the world.

Renewing Our Spirits

Rev. María McCabe
August 22

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In this service we will renew our collective spirits with uplifting music and words. There is much to reflect on and celebrate.

The Resilience of Our Faith

Rev. María McCabe
August 29

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Unitarian Universalism has weathered some of the most difficult chapters in our history. It prepares us not only to survive but to thrive as it guides us on a path to lifelong learning. What have we learned as a faith community throughout 2020 and 2021?