August 30 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
Jean Koulack Young
“I’m amazed. Your words had me transfixed,” Peter VandeBogart commented after reading Jean’s sermon. Jean, a 40-year member of NSUU married an African-American man in 1965. Together they had three children. In her talk, Jean tells about the racism she has experienced and how she is becoming more aware of how her “bubble of white privilege” has kept her from being aware of the subtleties of racism her family and friends have endured.
August 9 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
Speaker: Roberta Nicoll
Roberta Nicoll will inspire you with her search for her ancestors. You will hear of their arrivals In the US from afar and the many cultural references you will recognize in their lives. Music with be provided by Helen Brandt, Teri Hansen and Judy Putnam
August 2 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
“Moments divine, ecstatic hours; in which our thought flies from world to world, pierces the great enigma, breathes with a respiration broad, tranquil and deep as the respiration of the ocean…” Many people throughout history have had what they believe to be religious or ecstatic experiences. Perhaps you are one of them. Why are they part of our human experience, and what might they mean for the spirituality of our contemporary world? Jennifer Revill will offer an overview of the topic, which is the subject of her final project towards a masters degree.
July 19 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
Here is a place to go when you can’t go anywhere. Lose yourself in a great book. Take yourself on a mental vacation with a great read. Our service will gather as many ideas for summer reading as our participants can share.
Please email Edith Fenton email@example.com with names of books you would like to have mentioned.
July 12 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
Helen Brandt, Lay Leader
Are you feeling hopeless about our inability to talk to each other as we hunker down into our chosen positions on one side or the other of the political divide? Are you feeling hopeless about our ability to move forward in our country? Are family dinners uncomfortable? Do you find your blood pressure rising when you log on to Facebook? Does this all feel somehow deeply wrong to you? Let’s join together to think about how we can begin to communicate again as fellow human beings.
In this time of physical distance it’s more important than ever to stay connected. Please send Cares and Celebrations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 28 Service at 10:00 AM
This link will take you to the Sunday Service at the UUA General Convention
Beyond the Water’s Edge