Sunday Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
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Sunday Forum 9 am
A Study based on Layla Saad’s book, Me and White Supremacy. This work provides “daily” readings designed to educate and provide jumping off points for self-reflection around race and white privilege. It is specifically designed to help “take ownership of your participation in the oppressive system of white supremacy and to help you take responsibility for dismantling the way that this system manifests both within you and within your communities.” (Me and White Supremacy, p. 10). It is a challenging work that requires us to get educated, be honest with ourselves, and pay attention to what is and has been happening in our country. The forum time will be a space for us to share our insights and struggles. Contact Meredith Pope, Chair of Adult Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Exploring Our Story Through Biblical Stories
Each Monday evening, 7:00 p.m. Facilitated by Anthony Neff email@example.com In addition to the text, we’ll explore relevant poetry, prose and quotes outside the Bible that help us further explore the story and its themes. The goal is to have meaningful, open discussions where we aren’t trying to figure out what the story REALLY MEANS - but rather, to understand how the story is still happening around and within us. There are no right or wrong answers - just a shared journey. Contact Anthony for sign on details.
Brew Theology will resume on September 10, running each second and fourth Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. Contact Brian Spears for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org (Brew Theology on summer break- to return September 10, 2020)
After much discussion, the UPUCC Coordinating Council voted unanimously to continue UPUCC's virtual worship services through Labor Day. The intervening summer season will give us time to closely observe the nature and trajectory of infections in our area, gather opinions within our community and better prepare our facility for its eventual opening.
While the disappointment of not gathering physically is heart-felt, our heads are certain that the best way to love each other at this time is to keep our distance.
If you've missed our virtual worship services, you can find the videos here.
Patience, love and care for others will get us through this thing. Amen!