Monthly Archives: August 2016

11 September 2016

“Getting to where you are—what obstacles or good fortune did you find along the way?”

26 August Minister’s Moment

Wednesday was the first time this summer that I just felt good being outdoors.  Not too hot, or too rainy, just plain nice.  The beach beckons.  So here goes…equity and compassion in human relations; Last Sunday I talked briefly about the first three principles of the Unitarian Universalist Association:   – The inherent worth and … Continued

28 August

“Your Views on the News.”

Choir calls for new voices

Choir is resuming rehearsals for the new church year and invites you to join in the fun! Whether you’ve been a member of this singing machine in the past or are looking to try it out for the first time, come to our open rehearsal on Wednesday, August 31st at 7pm in the sanctuary. This rehearsal will … Continued

12 August Capital Campaign Update

The Capital Campaign continues to make great strides towards maxing out the generous $300,000 matching fund initiated in May.  All new and paid pledges, large and small, contribute toward the success of our goal to complete this part of our campaign by New Year’s!  To play your part, submit a pledge form (available in the … Continued

12 August Minister’s Moment

Years ago NPR was my church.  That’s National Public Radio, for those not in the know.  I would listen every morning and night and on weekends too.  I knew the theme music by heart, and exactly when it would come on.  I liked the format that mixed news with features, puzzles and even car repair.  … Continued

06 August Minister’s Moment

“Time and Tide wait for no Person” – origin unknown…. Sort of. Noticing that Susie Gullixson puts the times of Sunday high tide at the top of YarmoUUth Gazette each week got me thinking… I was on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, this past week, visiting family.  My sister lives near Cape Cod Bay, our family’straditional summer … Continued

UCN Teens Complete Whitewater Rafting Trip

At dinner last night Dylan and I were talking about merit badges, and it occurred to me that if the UCN teen group gave out merit badges, the group that went on the Summer Teen Adventure trip would have earned many of them.  So many I stopped counting.  Thursday As if successfully navigating Class V … Continued