These days we hear all about “work-life” balance. But what other kinds of balances do we seek in our lives? This is a Full Community Worship Service. Come ready to practice balance!
Not to be confused with “Don’t Fence Me In.” This is the kick-off sermon and event for this year’s annual budget drive. After the service, a short presentation by the Stewardship Committee will be followed by a full community potluck meal.
The work begins now.
WUUC has some choices to make about its vision and future direction. Will we choose scarcity or abundance? Will we risk the unknown or go boldly where no church has gone before?!
The new year brings all sorts of ideas about resolutions and ways of changing one’s life(style). But what would it look like if we began every day by setting our intentions for the day and our lives?
Sometimes we just plain run out of hope. In these times we need someone else to hold hope for us. In this ritual we will hold the hope for one another.
Christmas rolls around year after year and with it great expectations and an unknown hope. What expectations and hopes does this time of year bring?
In these times which weigh so heavy upon us, we long for hope, assurance and faith. Are they accessible or even useful?
Buy Nothing Day was founded in Vancouver, Canada in 1992. It is celebrated the day after the American Thanksgiving or “Black Friday.”