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We, the members of the First Unitarian, agree to . . .

minister to each other in an atmosphere of
welcome, acceptance, and caring

Sunday Services:

9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary



Service Date

Description

July 5
"Courage" The Rev. Christine Robinson
Courage is a part of the human character, and a part of almost all of our lives, although we often don’t give ourselves credit for courage. We exercise courage not only in battle but whenever we take risks for a better life for ourselves or others. The children will join us in singing some Fourth of July songs, and participate in the dedication of infants and young children which will also be a part of the service.

Music: Randy Granger, Hang drum and guitar



July 12
“How Can We Keep from Singing" Spare Parts
First Unitarian’s worship band, Spare Parts, will play and talk about songs that have touched or inspired the members. You’ll hear some of your favorites from past services, as well as hear stories of how those songs move our hearts and reflect our UU values.

Music: Spare Parts



July 19
"Who Says?" The Rev. Christine Robinson
What authorities do you have in your life? One of the things which makes Unitarian Universalism unique is that we say that each individual has the authority to come to their own beliefs. Bishops, books, and traditions are resources for us, but not authorities. Who says? We have faith in YOU!

Music: Sol Calypso




July 26
"Finding Our Spiritual Universe" The Rev. Dr. Stephen Miller & Doug Cowan of the Worship Team
Is it possible to find spirituality in the universe? Today’s sermon explores this topic through the writings of one who has been called the modern day Thoreau or Emerson, and then reflections by Rev. Dr. Stephen Miller.

2 Celtic Coyotes