October 14

Join us this Sunday, October 14, for lunch and meaningful fun for all ages following the Sunday Service!

It's a great way to build our beloved UUI community!

11:30am - 12:30pm


All food and beverages will be provided. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options available. 

Highchairs are available in the Social Hall Coat Closet.

12:30pm - 1:15pm

Children & Youth

  • Senior High Youth Group will meet

  • Families are invited to gather and visit, make tshirt bags (see below for details), learn about UUI’s Full Week Faith Program for families, play games, etc.


Book Discussion: Faith Without Certainty by Paul Rasor

A discussion about the ideas in this book will be held in the Cottage Library starting at 12:15pm. The author is a Unitarian Universalist minister with a doctorate in theology from Harvard. He seeks to explain liberal theology and its history. You will have to decide if his definition is relevant to your UU faith. He also discusses liberation theology (What’s that?) and ends with well written chapter on the challenge of racism and the culture of white supremacy.

Social Justice Project: Make Reusable Bags

Every year, more than 8 million tons of plastic trash flows into the world’s oceans.

Most of this plastic trash comes from discarded single-use disposable plastic products. UUI has selected to reduce, recycle, or reuse three specific plastic items to lessen our impact on the planet: plastic bags, #6 styrofoam, and plastic lids.   

Young and old and between can get better acquainted during Second Sunday by joining us to turn old tee shirts into soft, reusable, washable bags that can go everywhere with you, and tote all your purchases. Bring an old tee shirt, and join the fun as you design your bag after lunch. Tees will be available in many sizes, if you forget to bring one. Assistance will be provided to machine sew or fringe your bag. 

  It’s going to be a beautiful day!

We hope you can join us!