This Sunday, September 10th, 2017 at the UUFKC
“Coming Together–Where We’ve Been and Where We’d Like to Be Going”
The Fellowship opens this worship season with a celebration of summertime activities, a look at the Unitarian Universalist General Assembly and how this will be celebrated as “living our faith”. Water Ceremony: People are invited to bring a sample of the water where they celebrated their summer and tell its significance. Rev. Patt Herdklotz will lift important elements of the U.U. General Assembly underscoring the UU commitment to justice, equity and celebration of faith and one another.
This Sunday, May 1st at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship:
9:30 am Adult Discussion: “When do we speak up?” Facilitated by Cherie Swenson. It will entail three prompts:
1. When do you let people know they are acting as their own worst enemy?
2. When do you let people know they are inhibiting others liberty?
3. At what time do you share your concerns when you get a new job?
9:45 am Children’s Education: There will not be a children’s education program this week due to a few families’ vacations.
10:30 am Service: Reverend Jack Coffey will present on “What do we presume? In the Blue Zone of an unjust world, full of hurt, what do we…agnostics, atheists, and theists of all kinds…presume by reviving faith, healing bodies and mending communities? Readings from Psalm 67, Revelation 21, and John 14: 23-29.”
Coffee and refreshments will be available after the service, and all are invited to stay and socialize!