On Friday, May 29, the Northshore Church will present an evening of humor and song, from 7 p.m. until around 9:00. This fun event is open to the whole community.
Church members Jeri Kroll, Helen Brandt, Terri Hansen, and Judy Putnam are teaming up to bring you the evening’s entertainment. Helen and Terri, accompanied by Judy, will present a wide selection of music, solos and duets ranging from classical to popular, operetta to Broadway, from composers such as Purcell, Bernstein, and Barber.
In addition, we will “muse” together through Jeri’s very-funny-sometimes-off-beat — and somewhat irreverent — writings about the trials and tribulations of being a Unitarian Universalist.
There will be an intermission with refreshments. There is no admission fee, but donations will be gratefully accepted.
Illustration is in the public domain via pixabay.com.
The audio for three recent sermons has now been posted here: “When the Devil Grabbed My Ankles,” by the Reverend Edwin Lynn, our minister emeritus; “Redemption Song,” by the Reverend Jeanne Nieuwejaar, a former NSUU interim minister; and “The Life of Bayard Rustin,” by church member Tom Duff.
If you didn’t have a chance to attend their services, please give a listen and hear what you missed.
There is a lot of talk about spirituality these days, and some people say they are spiritual but not religious. But can we really “be spiritual”?
Please join us this Sunday, May 3, for a service titled “A Spirituality Called Wisdom.” Our guest speakers will be Michelle Walsh and Clyde Grubbs.
Perhaps spirituality is an activity, or, as the wise ones might say, a practice. Maybe we grow “in the spirit” by practicing and practicing again. And many people find that the way to grow “in the spirit” is in community, in the company of others who share the journey. Let us explore the spirituality called wisdom.
The service will begin at 10:30 a.m., followed by coffee and fellowship at about 11:30. Religious education classes are offered, and visitors are always welcome.
The Northshore Church annual meeting will begin following the service.