Sunday, April 19, at 11:00 am
“First Nations, Seventh Principle” - Guy Jones
Join us in further exploring thoughts about the web of life as provided by First Nations story-teller Guy Jones. Mr. Jones “Wkuwa la” has been invited to talk about Native American beliefs as they relate to Unitarian Universalism’s Seventh Principle - respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part. See Page 5 of the Reporter for more information about this special guest.
Sunday, April 27, at 11:00 am
“Whose Life Is It Anyway?” - Rev Esther Hurlburt
As parents, spouses, partners, and adult children, each of us will require care from another person and each of us will give care to someone. The caring relationship can last for days or even years and often times it’s just not easy! We will take a close look at the relationship between care-giver and care-receiver and discover how an interdependent relationship is the healthiest. See Page 5 of the Reporter for more information about our presenter, Rev. Hurlburt.
Sunday, May 3, at 11:00 am
“YRUU Epic Service” - St. John's YRUU (Young Religious UU's)
The St. John’s teens have chosen Star Wars as the theme for their annual service. Jedi Luke, Sith Darth Vader, Rebel Princess Leia, and two Empire storm troopers will bring the force with them. Recorded and live music from the classic films, a reading of the Jedi Code and more should make for a memorable service.
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