Give Me Your Tired

Are we the same America that we have always been? From the words on the Statue of Liberty, it appears we are treating immigrants differently these days. From the Action of Immediate Witness voted on in GA 2019 to what our own congregation can do to aid the huddled masses, let us explore this Sunday if we are using our 7 Principles to help those less fortunate than we are.

Who is Your Neighbor? [pdf]

The Parable of the Good Samaritan is perhaps one of Jesus’ most well-known parables. One of the lesser known themes in this story is what Jesus has to teach us about interfaith acceptance. This morning we’ll look at this parable for what it might mean to us, as Unitarian Universalists who seek truth and meaning across many faiths and traditions.

The Times They Were A’Changin’ – Lessons of the 1960s

Get out your tie-dies for a Sunday morning flashback! Though this remarkable decade ended long ago, the 1960s helped shaped the lives of many UUs, including some who had not yet been born. As we approach the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, what can we learn from the Sixties – both from what worked and what didn’t?

If you’re in the mood to dress up, come to church in tie-dyes, beads, boots or sandals, headbands, dashikis, wearing political buttons, etc. Right on!

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