In this Religious Education-focused service, those graduating high school will go through the bridging ceremony and youth who have completed the coming-of-age class will share their learning with the congregation.
Bill and Lorain Harouff will lead us in a musical service.
Each year, we follow the leadership of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee in a justice service focused on a shared concern in the wider world. We will announce the topic of this year’s focus when materials are available from the UUSC.
Why do we celebrate Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Transgender-Queer Pride? We’ve got marriage equality now throughout the US. So why do we, an LGBTQ+ Welcoming Congregation, still need to say anything about it? Why do we need to make our commitments of support and welcome explicit? Details TBA.
In this service rich with readings and ritual, we will join together to leave behind things from the old year that would keep us from being our best selves in the new year and to plant seeds of hope for 2018.
In this Sunday after Thanksgiving, when the embers of consumerist culture burn hot, our members will share what this fellowship or our denomination have given that they are grateful for.
Our Fellowship depends on the participation of members and friends on simple and involved projects, on our ministry teams, as lay service leaders, as board members and so much more. You are key to the spiritual life of the congregation and our place in the … read more.
We will join with the Harrisonburg Unitarian Universalists in a joint service at Grand Caverns Park in Grottoes, VA. This service will feature the music of blue stone sky and will be followed by a potluck picnic. THERE WILL BE NO SERVICE AT OUR FELLOWSHIP HALL … read more.
In this music service, the Choir, directed by Charlotte Shnaider and accompanied by Jonathan Corey, will sing new music from Singing the Journey (our teal hymnal) and give the congregation the chance to learn some music we’ve not used before. Anne Armentrout will also explore … read more.