October Worship Theme: Renewal
Oct 5 – “What Does It Mean to Be a People of Renewal?” – Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum
Unitarian Universalism is a “progressive religion” and we talk often about being open to new things, new ideas, new revelations. But sometimes it’s also important to remember and reconnect with the past. This service will look at how we’re a people of renewal returning again to what nourishes and sustains us.
Oct 12 – “The Coming of the Corn” – Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum
Our theme of “renewal” relates to the cycle of the seasons as the earth renews itself each year. Using the Cherokee story of “The Coming of the Corn,” this service will celebrate our seasons and cycles, and the fall harvest.
Oct 19 – “Beyond Awareness” – Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum
October is domestic violence awareness month. Our community has been aware of domestic violence and is a long-time supporter of the AWARE Shelter. This sermon will explore how to move beyond awareness.
This service will include a special collection for the AWARE Shelter.
Oct 26 – “Bullying” – Lay Leader: Gretchen Marshal