This Sunday at the UU Fellowship

Discussion Group, 9:45 a.m.
Carol will be hosting this morning, and asks: what are three of your favorite movies, and why (performances, story, message, cinematography, costumes, setting, etc). Share your choices with the group.  We might want to consider this discussion as a way of making a choice about a film which we could see at a UU movie night, and decide when that will be and who will be hosting. Yay, movie night!!!!!!!
Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.
Member Scott Wagner will lead this thoughtful service titled “The 36”. Scott will celebrate one of the more positive aspects of human nature, that of standing up for what is right, regardless of the consequences.

This Sunday at the UU Fellowship (Part 2)

9:45 a.m. Discussion Group
Our discussion topic this week is freedom and what it means to each of us.  Please take a look at the quotes in the attachment…they will help along the conversation.
10:30 Worship/Service
This morning we welcome Dr. Edward McClure as our monthly community speaker. Dr. McClure practiced general surgery in Klamath Falls from 1978 to 2009. Among his many activities in retirement is serving on the board of education at Klamath Community College. He will speak on the subject of the importance of science in medicine and life in general. He philosophizes on how it is that we know anything, and how we come to conclude that what we think we know is true.

doc iconQuotes on Freedom.doc

This Sunday at the UU Fellowship

Discussion Group, 9:45 a.m.
Ms. Mika Cottier will lead this week’s discussion. The topic is as follows:

Alex Holt, our visiting minister last week, mentioned that to become awakened or develop a collective consciousness, we will need to accept all beings or develop compassion and love for all beings. If we accept this and are striving towards awakening which beings would you have most difficulty accepting? 

Are there beings you would exclude from a collective consciousness?  Are there any beings 
which you do not have compassion and love for?    Examples may include: rats, spiders, snakes, dandelions, rabbit brush, etc.  Or it could be a group of beings with common backgrounds such as, addicts, prisoners, abusive people, etc. What is the first step one could take to develop compassion and love for these beings?

Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.

Rev. Stephen Ames will lead a service that focuses on our individual and collective commitment to the Fellowship. There will be opportunity to reflect on what you find meaningful about your involvement with the UUFKC, and what you might bring to the Fellowship to enrich and build on it as well. This will be a lively and participatory service!

Potluck lunch to follow! Bring something to share if you wish.

Rev. Ames afternoon workshop, 12:15 p.m.

We will continue working with those interested in planning and developing 4th Sunday services. Typically, these are services that we do not engage outside ministers or community speakers for, usually relying on Fellowship members. If you wish to become involved in this effort, please plan to stay after lunch and hang out with us.

This Sunday at the UU

Feb 24, 2012

9:45 a.m. Discussion group

Topic TBD – will send out info tomorrow if I get anything! Otherwise,
just show up and enjoy whatever happens!

10:30 a.m. Worship Service

Our guest minister will be Alex Holt, who is currently the Interim
Minister at the UU Fellowship in Bend. Reverend Holt is from New
England and grew up on a farm in Maine. He has primarily studied
liberal arts with several degrees, including a Masters in Divinity
from Starr King School for the Ministry. He is a long time Zen
Buddhist and was, until recently, co-chair and a founder of the UUA
Addictions Ministry Team–a national group that provides support,
resources and assistance to congregations and individuals who suffer
from addictions of substance of behaviors.

Thanks to all those who have sent me mail address info!