This Month's Services - Sundays at 10:30 a.m.

Living Our Principles in a Time of Social Distancing!

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Hearing Assistance System available w bo
We Offer HYBRID SERVICES
(in-person or online via Zoom)
UUCG CURRENT COVID POLICY
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We have a sign posted on the church building door to indicate our current policy for our building.

If you prefer to attend online, the service will be offered at this zoom link: uuma.zoom.us/j/479-325-3254

November 6
"Interdependence"
Rev. Jane Page

Unitarian Universalists value our interdependent world. Knowing how interdependent we actually are, how should we live our lives? 
ANTHEM: "When the Storms of Life are Raging, (Stand By Me)"


November 13
"Monuments and Memories"
Clint Tawes

"For the first time since the pandemic, this year I plan to travel to Plymouth, Massachusetts to gather with other Indigenous people and allies for the National Day of Mourning. As I prepare to return to this historic space to engage in this sacred event, I invite the congregation to join me in exploring the importance of re-examining society's collective memory, which we often refer to as 'history', by giving voice to marginalized people whose memories often do not match society's monuments."
ANTHEM: "Like an Eagle"


November 20
"Justice"
Rev. Jane Page

Unitarian Universalists value and work for justice. What does this mean for our congregation? 
ANTHEM: "We Sing for Justice"


November 27
"Bridging the Binaries: Joy/Sorrow"
Beth Sutton
ANTHEM: "Advent Echo Carol"