Monthly Archives: May 2018

Sunday, May 27, 2018: “But How Do We Get There from Here?”

Presenter: Patricia Heeb It’s hard to get lost these days with Google and the like ready at the touch of a button to tell us how to go. But how do we best navigate our inner and interpersonal journeys? Happily, … Continue reading

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Sunday, May 20: Being Yourself

Presented by: Robyn Romney Not being yourself is exhausting and breaks you down from the inside out. Citing “Words of Wisdom”, ideas and suggestions for resolutions from the book “Soulful Simplicity” by Courtney Carver refers to the process of letting … Continue reading

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May 13, 2018: Standing on the Side of Love

Presenter: Karen Fothergill Sunday, Karen Fothergill, will present a service titled “Standing on the Side of Love”. As members of the Unitarian Universalist Association: We believe in the inherent worth and dignity of all people. All people deserve respect and … Continue reading

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Announcement: May 6: Potluck following Service

Greetings MVUUF Friends, There are three great reasons to attend the fellowship this Sunday, May 6th. Reverend Elizabeth Greene will be giving the worship service. We’ll enjoy a potluck after the service. We have our congregational meeting and will vote on … Continue reading

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May 6, 2018: Reflecting on Matters of Worth, by Rev. Elizabeth Greene

The word “worship” has a lot of different meanings for different people. The most common one may be the one that involves worshiping—perhaps adoring—a certain thing, being or person. But the word is much larger than that, harking back to … Continue reading

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