Monthly Archives: May 2013

June 2nd: What is the Faith of a Unitarian-Universalist?

Please join us this Sunday, June 2, 2013, for our first round table discussion of the summer session. We’ll begin with our usual opening words, joys and concerns, and an opening hymn. From there, we’ll shift into a less formal … Continue reading

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May 26th: Free Will, Does it Exist?

Free Will, Does it Exist? The question of free will has been hotly debated for centuries. Some people believe humans have the capacity for free will – the ability to choose their actions without being forced to follow a certain … Continue reading

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May 19th: What Makes a Good Father?

Mother’s day has passed and Father’s Day is coming.  What makes a good father? Many think of their own fathers and remember their special qualities.  For others who may not have had a father in their lives or had a … Continue reading

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May 12th: A Better Story

The stories we tell define our lives. They give meaning and color and emphasis to our experience; they explain our history; they lead us into our future and a better story can make for a better life.  Join us as … Continue reading

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May 5th: Streets to Dwell In

A Brief Guide to This Sunday’s Topic http://www.questformeaning.org/page/reflecting/streets-to-dwell-in Karen Fothergill will present a Unitarian-Universalist church on loan service  titled “Streets to Dwell In” by Rev. Lynn Ungar. The Rev. Lynn Ungar is minister for “Lifespan Learning” and editor of “Quest” … Continue reading

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