Sunday Services - Masked/Socially Distanced at UUCFL
and Via Zoom Every Week at 11:00am

 

Our celebration of diversity is reflected in the variety of our Sunday services.
We hope our services enrich your journey.
 

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                       Sunday Mornings
                       11:00am
                        Join us for
Sunday Service and Ingathering
on Zoom
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Hybrid Live at the Building/Zoom Services
Resume Sunday October 31

October 31
“Remembering the Ancestors” by Donna Gutierrez
and Sarah “Birch” Paulus.

Once again as the world celebrates Halloween/Samhain/
Dia de los Muertos/All Saints Day/All Souls Day, we at
UUCFL remember our own ancestors through a powerful service. Share pictures and/or artifacts of your own dearly departed.

November 7 - FALL BACK!!!  “Time Is a Circle”
by the Rev. Susan M. Smith.

As we approach the holidays and the turning of the year,
we ground ourselves in our 6th UU Source:
Spiritual teachings of earth-centered traditions which celebrate the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in harmony with
the rhythms of nature. We begin with those very rhythms and time as not a straight line forward but a circle we come to again and again. Veteran’s Day will be honored. This service will be on zoom AND in person at UUCFL. Social time without food will follow.

November 14  
“Goddess Bless”
by the Rev. Susan M. Smith.

Continuing to draw from earth-centered traditions, this service will consider the beginning of UU neo-paganism in feminist reclamation
of the Sacred Feminine.
This service will be on zoom AND in person at UUCFL.
A Town Hall discussion of our 4 Future Options will follow this service.

November 21  
“We are Star Stuff”
by the Rev. Susan M. Smith.

Earth-centered traditions are accessible to everyone no matter their core belief system because it is grounded in our place as earthlings – originated in the stars and traveling through space – and what sense we make of it.
This service will be on zoom AND in person at UUCFL.
Social time without food will follow.

November 28  
“Expressing Gratitude”
by the Rev. Susan M. Smith. 

We’ll celebrate Thanksgiving weekend by our own expressions of gratitude.
A Town Hall discussion of our 4 Future Options will follow this service.