Schedule of Worship Services

Feb. 3  “The Long Struggle for Civil Rights” in narrative and song, focusing on Birmingham, Alabama.”Presented by Pat Jacobson 
 Feb. 10  “Trust Love"
The need for friendship and support based on trust, and why that human need is of such importance to us, presented by Andrea Allen and Carol Ryder.
 Feb. 17  “The Third Principal” 
The third of Our Unitarian Universalist Principles calls us to affirm and promote “acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations.” Join us this week as we look at what the Third Principal means. Presented by Jean Woolums. Coordinated by Jeff Madzia.
Feb. 24 “Come Blow Your Horn”
Presented by Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker.  Have you ever noticed that “justice” is the only word prominently featured twice in our seven UU principles?  “Peace, liberty, and justice for all” in the 6th, and “Justice, equity and compassion in human relations” in the 2nd. Together, they offer guideposts to justice making and community building through compassion. What does it mean to live a “compassionate” life and “side with love”? Two-plus years since the Inauguration of our current President, how can we unite to elect compassionate leaders? The archangel Gabriel and his horn will be our inspiration as he represents mercy, forgiveness, and transformation, and encourages unity and oneness. He is a sacred mediator, serving as a harbinger of hope. This morning, we’ll hear his clarion call. Coordinated by Val White.
Pot Luck following this service.