November Sunday Services

November Services – One Service at 10:00 a.m.

Nov. 5Generations Differ – Turner Bridgforth
Turner Bridgforth’s message is about giving of ourselves in ways that create and generate love and life in the world. 
Turner is an aspirant UU minister seeking candidacy with the UUA and a recent divinity school graduate. He lives with his wife and two sons in Massachusetts.

Nov. 12 – A Generous View of History – Rev. Tony Lorenzen
Rev. Tony Lorenzen celebrates a Cornbread and Cider Ceremony and reflects on adopting a geneous view of history even when and especially when it’s difficult.

Nov. 19 – Celebrating Abundance – Rev. Craig Schwalenberg
Often, we feel and fear there isn’t enough, living our lives with a sense of scarcity. But we don’t live in such a world. We live in a world blessed with abundance. Rev. Craig will be joining us via Zoom.

Nov. 26 – Grateful for the Questions – Samantha McCoy
What questions are at the core of Unitarian Universalism? Are there any easy answers to those questions? What prompts this habit of questioning? Do UUs ask a lot of questions, as a rule? In this service, we’ll celebrate the questions, have some conversation, and maybe also remember to laugh at ourselves just a bit.