The full service for today, with the 1984 Ware Lecture by Kurt Vonnegut, has been updated, for those of you who weren’t able to attend.
We have Religious Education/ Lifelong Learning during the 10am hour. Tomorrow we are going to focus on our covenant for Sharing and Listening to each other. Hope you all can make it.
For the next few months, we will be discussing the 2017-18 UUA Common Read, Centering: Navigating Race, Authenticity, and Power in Ministry at 10 a.m. on the second and fourth Sundays, beginning October 14.
The book is available from inSpirit, the UUA Bookstore.
Everyone is welcome to join the discussion, whether you have read the book or not.
We will be using the discussion guide, broken down into shorter sessions, which is available here: https://www.uuabookstore.org/Assets/PDFs/centering_discguide.pdf
On the other Sundays, we will have topical discussions, and people are also free to bring their own current concerns to discuss.
We will meet for business at the beginning of our Spiritual Outing on the first Sunday of October, at Deegan-Hinkle Lake, to accept new members, followed by a book signing. If you are considering membership and have not yet let us know, please email email@example.com
From our Bylaws “Any person age 12 or over who joins in the Purpose and Covenant of this community may become a member after recommendation by the Ministry and Oversight Committee, acceptance by the congregation at a monthly meeting, and signing the Membership Book. All who sign the Membership Book shall become eligible to vote thirty (30) days after they sign. To remain a member, a person participates in the affairs of the community, remains in right relationship, and contributes time, money, or both.”
If you have additional items for the agenda, please email by September 26 so we can post a revised agenda by the ten-day deadline.
Lisa deGruyter, Moderator
We’re sorry we missed you, but if you’d like to know what we did in church today, August 12, 2018, the full service is up here.
We will be joining UUFM tomorrow at their church in Morgantown.
Sunday May 20 at 10:45 AM at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Morgantown, Rev. Rose Edington and Rev. Mel Hoover will present “Love Will Guide us,” as the guests of UUFM and West Fork UUs. “Mel and Rose,” as retirees, still work on the state and national levels to promote social justice on many levels. Active elders in Black LIves of Unitarian Universalism, they will talk about the Intersectionality of “Race” and “Choice,” reminding us that: Black and Women’s Lives Matter. We will celebrate the inherent worth and dignity of one another together on Sunday. Please come.