Services are held each Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
May 6th – “Falling Forward”- Reverend Michelle G. Yates – When you feel like you’ve fallen flat on your face its hard to see it as still moving forward, or as looking at the situation from a new perspective. How can we learn from our “failures”, and come to embrace them as opportunities for growth, acceptance and reflection? How have we as a congregation developed after taking a close look at ourselves?
May 13th – “Mothers of Pearl” -Donna Evans Deyermond – I’ll talk about some of the Moms of important people – the influence they had on their children’s’ lives, then ask the congregation about the biggest positive influence their own mothers had on them.
Mother’s Day Coffee Hour
May 20th – Annual Congregational Meeting – There will be a very brief opening service prior to this important Annual Congregational Meeting. Please be sure to attend as we plan our future and vote on the budget and new board members. Think about who would be a good board member and nominate him/her. Would you like to be on the board? Volunteer. Unitarian Universalism is a democratic religion. Your voice is vital. (Refreshments will be served during the meeting.)
May 27th – Memorial Day Observance – Members and friends of the church will gather their talents in order to honor the men and women who died while serving in the United States military. Poetry, prose, music, art and personal reflections will be part of this observance. If you wish to participate in this Order of Service, please contact Jerry Sauberan at email@example.com. Or just contribute during the service as you wish. Memorial Day was originally know as Decoration Day and it originated in the years following the Civil War. It became an official federal holiday in 1971.
A Potluck Luncheon will follow this Sunday Service.