We’re so glad you’re planning to join us! Here are a few things you can expect for your first visit…
A new documentary by Ken Burns airing September 20th on PBS
“A story of historic courage told this fall. Martha and Waitstill Sharp, two young Unitarians, stood up against injustice to defy the Nazis and rescue dissidents, Jews and other refugees during World War ll. Their bravery and sacrifices have inspired a new Ken Burns film, Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War, scheduled for broadcast on PBS on September 20th at 9pm.” Inspired by the Sharps, Catherine’s sermon on September 25th, Defying Hatred and Fear will discuss modern day parallels that the Sharps’ fought against. How are we called as Unitarian Universalists to defy hate and discrimination today?
Sunday, September 18th@10:30am all children and youth programming begins for the year! We can hardly wait to share all that we have planned! The theme of the month is “covenant” and our big question that we will explore is “What can we promise one another?”
Parent orientation is required for all 7-8th graders planning on taking Our Whole Lives. For more information about “owl” check out here: http://www.uudux.org/owl/ . If you cannot attend or have questions, please contact our Director of Religious Education Ruth Owen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
High School Youth Group (HIP) for 10th and 12th graders only starts on the 18th at 6pm! All students in 9-12th grades attend the following week on Sunday the 25th@6pm!
We love babies! Nursery care is available for babies and toddlers every Sunday.
September 18th @10:30am
Sunday, September 18th at 10:30 am we remember our beloved Minister Emeritus Rev. Robbie Walsh who passed away last June after a valiant battle with Lois Body Dementia. Please join us as we honor a very special person to our FPC community.