Schedule of Worship Services

Jan 7      “At the Intersection of Faith, Hope and Love”  
The concept comes from the Apostle Paul in his first letter to the people in the church of Corinth. This sermon unpacks this part of Paul’s message to clarify the meaning Unitarian Universalists can draw from Paul’s  words and the meanings behind them. 
Guest minister  Rev. John Balance. Coordinated by Andrea Allen 
 
Jan 14    “Courageous Black Women”  
A look at several black women who have spoken or written about controversial subjects such as rape incest and abortion.    
Presented by Drucilla Ice. Coordinated by Carole Ryder 
 
Jan 21      “Would You Believe?”
As we begin this New Year, let’s think about how our beliefs shape our reality and how that affects our day to day lives. Dr. Waun will reflect.
Jan  28    “Torda 450”    
Most of us buy into the idea that all people should be free to choose their own religious path, but how did this right and responsibility come to be the basis of Unitarian belief?  Enter John Sigismund, the only Unitarian king in history and his Edict of Torda, issued on January 13, 1568.  Unitarianism was officially recognized for the first time in the history of the world in the Edict of Torda.  And, that proclamation is the beginning  of our legacy to be a spiritual tradition that resists hatred, oppression, and the narrow view that there is only one way to be faithful, to be religious, to be free.  Meg Geroch will help us celebrate this anniversary  coordinated by Pat Jacobson .