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From The UCS Leadership Team Each month we share with you our thoughts, experiences and reflections on the theme of the month from our individual perspectives as members of the Leadership Team. August Theme: Becoming A People of YES Terry: For sure, I could not … [Read More...]
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Sunday, June 14, 2015 – Pride Sunday – was a day of firsts at UCS and a day of which we can all be proud. It started with our first-ever Pride service at 10 am. Reverend Emilie Boggis led the service entitled, “The Art of Inclusion”. It invited us to reflect on the … [Read More...]
(edited from MSNBC.com) The Supreme Court ruled Friday, June 26 2015 that the U.S. Constitution requires states to license and recognize same-sex marriages, making marriage equality officially the law of the land! Gay and lesbian couples can legally marry in all 50 … [Read More...]
Leaving a legacy to benefit our spiritual home is what we can aspire to whether it is a legacy of social justice, religious education, or spiritual development. Visit Legacy Giving under Stewardship to find out how you can help sustain our shared values. … [Read More...]
Editor's Note: Throughout the month of March 2015, we have asked congregation members to speak from the pulpit about their experiences at UCS, in conjunction with the Annual Giving Campaign. The following testimonial, delivered on March 8, is from newer members Ronnie … [Read More...]
What Haunts Teenagers? We asked one of our youth leaders, Charlotte, to reflect on the theme for October 2014: Ghosts, aka regrets. What does regret look like to a teenager? Well, teenagers make a lot of mistakes- in fact, that’s what we are made for. Every … [Read More...]
You are invited for our August sessions on becoming a people of YES! Begin in service at 10 am, hearing thoughts and experiences from our ministers, and then, afterward, come share your voice.
After the services on Sunday, you can join a group led by our minister Rev. Emilie Boggis and Kimberly Rossiter. We’ll discuss what it means to say YES! (or even just a small, doubtful yes) to life. The sessions also offer a great time to add your voice to
The two sessions are Sunday, August 2nd and August 16th from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm.
Please email email@example.com if you’d like to join the group which is limited to 10 people.