UUI is the church of the warm heart, open mind and helping hands. We are a welcoming congregation, celebrating everyone--so whoever you are and whomever you love, whether you worship many gods, one God or no god, whether you walk in on little feet, roll in or stroll in--you are welcome here!
Sunday, November 11, 10:30am:
by Jamie Hinson-Rieger
Our November worship theme is "Persistence." For this post-election service we will talk about the importance of being in it for the long-haul. Whatever the circumstances we face, our covenant and our principles challenge us to keep doing the slow, steady work of building up a better world. Regardless of the results of the election, and whether we personally are feeling happy, sad, or a little of both, one thing that is 100% guaranteed is that there will be more to be done. Come let’s inspire one another to keep on keeping on. Special music by Megan Benedict, solo flute.
UUI Fall Auction: "A Starry Night"
Tickets are on sale now for this year’s service auction, A Starry Night! For only $10, you can join us Saturday, November 10 at 6pm for cocktail hour and silent auction. At 7pm, you will be entertained by the amazing band, Sarah Grain and the Billions of Stars. Your ticket includes a complimentary drink of your choice and tasty appetizers. During the intermission, put up your bid card to join the action of the live auction! Don’t miss this chance to enjoy an evening of fun with your friends while raising funds for our church community. Get your tickets now (or purchase at the door) and bring your friends!
Building the Beloved Community
from our Board President, David Jackoway
The Huffington Post has a collection of stories https://www.huffingtonpost.com/interactives/existing-while-black from black people about police being called on them when they were simply engaged in everyday activities such as eating, shopping, and talking. #ExistingWhileBlack
Do not be daunted by the enormity of the world’s grief.
Do justly, now.
Love mercy, now.
Walk humbly, now.
You are not obligated to complete the work,
but neither are you free to abandon it.
- The Talmud
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