Rev. Jeff Liebmann October 22 - 11:00 am
The role of organized religion has changed drastically in the past few decades. What role should our churches, mosques, synagogues and other spiritual entities play in modern capitalist economies?
Please join us on Sunday mornings for services at 11 a.m. A typical service at the UUCC would include hymns, readings, choir, children's stories, communal sharing of joys and concerns, and a sermon. Adults interested in discussing current issues or on a wider range of other topics are invited to join our Forum at 9:30 a.m. in Library building at the side of the church.
There will be a twist on the Pride Parade this year...it will be a nighttime parade! As usual, we shall have a float representing UUCC support for the LGBTQ community. Meet with us after the service on Sunday, the 15th, to help us make decorations, and then march with us in the parade on the 20th!
We are always keeping busy with different social action activities! Start looking for the trees in the social hall where we’ll have gift ideas for local families in need. We’ll ask you to bring a wrapped gift that meets the needs of the tag you’ve chosen with the label attached to the gift. If you’d like to help man the table on Sundays, please contact email@example.com. Click "learn more" below to find out about all our upcoming activities!