June 16, 2013
June 16, 2013
JUNE SUNDAY SERVICES
Sunday, June 2 at 10:30 a.m.
Listening, Learning, Loving: A Celebration
Rev. Tim Temerson, Rich Roberts & Katie Riffle
Throughout the church year, we have journeyed together, listening, learning, and loving. Today as we gather for our annual church picnic at Sand Run Metro Park, we will remember and celebrate all that we have done and experienced together. A live band will perform and light, soapy objects that float through the air will play a big part in our celebration!
Sunday, June 9 at 10:30 a.m.
The Better Part
Rev. Tim Temerson
Many discussions of spirituality draw a clear distinction between doing and being. Today we will explore the meanings and the connection between a spirituality of doing and a spirituality of being and consider ways of finding a balance between the two.
Sunday, June 16 at 10:30 a.m.
Making Sacred Steak from Sacred Cows
Tina and John Ughrin
Are you caught in a rut? Never seem to say what you mean? Feel like something is wrong, but can't put your finger on it? Worried about diversity? Join us to show some reverence for irreverence. Break out of the box and brew up some sacred steak sauce!
Sunday, June 23 at 10:30 a.m.
Pilgrimage as Homecoming
Dawn Corley and Margaret McConnell
Many faiths, such as Islam, include pilgrimages to a significant place as part of their worship, often to the birthplace of that faith. What would a Unitarian Universalist pilgrimage look like? This Sunday, Dawn Corley will explore the role of pilgrimage in her own life and how such journeys may bring each of us to a deeper participation in his or her own spiritual practice.
Sunday, June 30 at 10:30 a.m.
Understanding Ethical Humanist
Susan Davis and Barret Bills
So many of our Unitarian Universalist congregants, especially our Unitarian congregants, consider themselves to be Humanists. In 1876 Rabbi Felix Adler defined that feeling, forming the Ethical Humanist Society of NYC. He promoted a religion based on a total commitment of social justice, without a reverence to a higher being. We’ll pursue that definition of such an expression within our UUCA —the Ethical Humanist Society of NEO.