8/25/12

We invite you to join us...SERVICES BEGIN AT 10:30 AM


 

Coffee social hour follows the service.
Our main floor is accessible for disabled persons via our front entrance.
Child care  is provided for pre-school aged children.


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May 1
WITHIN REACH
Visual excerpt from a journey of two young adult cyclists visiting sustainable communities with discussion facilitated by Reverend Angus Watkins



May 8
 Tradition: Exploring our Universalist Roots with Rev. Theresa Kime.
While many of us are familiar with our Unitarian roots—Transylvania, Capek, Channing, Emerson, Parker—not so many know much about our Universalist ones. Yet we are Unitarian Universalists.. We’ll take time today to consider some of the history and gifts of the Universalist side of our faith tradition.
Rev. Terry Kime

May 15
 PREVENTING CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IN CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY
Our speaker from the Child Advocacy Program (CAP) will explain the current problem with child sexual abuse in Chautauqua County and how we can help to prevent this from happening.
Karen Yeversky, Family Advocate

May 22
 FLOWER COMMUNION
 Please bring any flowers, herbs, weeds, whatever you would like to share on the altar.
Anne Kenefic


 May 29
"...AND THAT HAS MADE ALL THE DIFFERENCE”

Every day we find ourselves making choices -- about the ways we spend our time, books we decide to read, events to attend, and so much more. But thinkers ancient and recent have pondered some overarching choices that have profound impact on the quality of one's life...and perhaps on helping with day to day options, too.
Linda Hiers and Susan Kalfas