Monthly Archives: July 2017

July 30: How Much Church is “Too Churchy”?

Some people think Unitarian Universalism is “not a real church” – it’s the kind of criticism that you get used to when you belong to a creed-less faith. But strangely enough, some people check out UU and still feel it’s … Continue reading

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July 23: “Resistance as a Spiritual Practice”

Presented by: Debra Smith This Sunday we look forward to hearing from our guest speaker, Debra Smith, from the Boise UU Fellowship, here to share on the topic of “Resistance as a Spiritual Practice.” Unitarian Universalism honors the differing paths … Continue reading

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Announcement: MVUUF Garage Sale Coming Soon!

Hi All, The MVUUF garage sale is fast approaching. If you plan to donate items for the sale, please bring them to the fellowship this Sunday, (tomorrow, July 16th). You may also bring items to the Vendor Blender on Friday … Continue reading

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July 16: “Freedom”

Presented by: Julie Merrick Freedom is state of mind. It is an open door; it is wind rushing against canyon walls; it is birds hanging in flight. Freedom is to feel one’s soul dancing inside one’s body as the illusion … Continue reading

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July 2: “The Living God”

What do you think about when you hear the word God? Turn on? Turn off? No reaction? And how does our being human make the idea of a God seem to be a necessity? Theologians have been at this issue … Continue reading

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