Work is progressing on a wide variety of tasks, but the most dramatic are the paving work on our parking lot and the work to connect our building to the municipal sanitary system. Three lanes of South Military Highway have required closure during the hours … read more.
Monthly Archives: May 2018
“When the poor ones, who have nothing, still are giving;
when the thirsty pass the cup, water to share;
when the wounded offer others strength and healing:
we see God, here by our side, walking our way;” – Seltz translation of “Cuando el Pobre”
This weekend is Memorial Day … read more.
Sunday’s topic is “Meaningful Photography.” What makes a particular photograph meaningful? We will explore this question by inviting everyone to show just one (1) photo and explain what makes it meaningful (photos may be from any source and on any subject).
Facilitator: … read more.
This Sunday is Christian Pentecost, the 50th day after Passover, and, in the book of Acts, the day the apostles were filled with the holy spirit and able to speak to every nation, in fulfillment of Joel’s prophesy. Interestingly, they tend to leave out this … read more.
Sunday’s topic is “Poetry Sharing.” Come and share a poem you like and tell us why it is meaningful to you.
Facilitator: Alex S.
Adult Discussion meets each Sunday at 9 a.m. in the Curtis Room. If you are interested in … read more.
Most of the rooms on the first and second floors have been painted. Ceramic tile work has been completed in the first and second floor restrooms and has started on the third floor. Electricians have been installing lighting fixtures, outlets, and switches on the first and … read more.
Hello from the desert. I am spending a week with other Unitarian Universalist ministers, seminarians and religious educators learning about immigration across the Mexican border. On Wednesday we spent much of our time in Arivaca, Arizona, a small but well-organized community with one food store (larger than … read more.
A new concrete curb and small ramp have been poured for the transition between the parking lot and entrance walk. The main entrance ramp is nearing completion. Painting in the sanctuary is about done. The sanctuary ceiling grid is about finished. That will allow final … read more.
Thank you to the Worship Services Committee for arranging Sunday services while I am away. You will have two of my friends and your neighbors in the pulpit for the next two weeks. Welcome Walter Clark this week and Rev. David Morris next. They will … read more.
Sunday’s topic is “Juneteenth,” also known as Juneteenth Independence Day or Freedom Day, an American holiday that commemorates the June 19, 1865, announcement of the emancipation of enslaved African- Americans in the former Confederacy of the southern U.S.
Facilitator: Sheri B.
Adult Discussion meets each Sunday at 9 a.m. in the Curtis … read more.