Working Ourselves Out of a Job

Date: Sun., Sep. 30, 9:15 & 11:15 a.m., Sanctuary. Worship Leader: Assistant Minister Rev. Sarah Caine. Music: Jeff Young, soloist (9:15); Community Chorale (11:15). Religious Exploration: RE classes in session for age 2-Grade 12. Preschool, Grade 1 OWL, Grade 5 OWL, Middle School and High School begin and end in their classrooms. Kindergarten and Grades 2 and 3 begin in the Chapel. Grades 4 and 6 begin in the Sanctuary. Child care to age 3 available in the Sanctuary Nursery.

Mabon & Moon – A Pagan gathering

Sun., Sep. 23, 6 p.m., Memorial Grove (Sanctuary in inclement weather). For all genders, ages 16 and up. Contact Carol Campbell. For those faithful to earth-based spirituality, the autumnal equinox portends a shift in sacred energies. As a force of flow and ebb through nature’s cycles, the energies begin a spiral toward the underworld, a place of regeneration. Coupled with the advent of September’s full moon, the time is optimal for gathering to do magical work, to call the goddess and relinquish old patterns we no longer need.

Nominate Share the Plate recipients for 2019

The Social Justice Council is looking for organizations to which UUCF can contribute in 2019, and welcomes your nominations. Each month, half the cash in the collection plate (and all designated checks) are donated to a nonprofit group committed to social justice, selected by the council. Nominations must come from UUCF members or pledging friends. The council prefers groups for which Share the Plate can make a notable difference and that are engaged locally. A group is eligible only once every 2 years. The policy and procedures and application form are at https://uucf.org/social-justice/share-the-plate/. The council will evaluate nominations in mid-October, and interview organizations in late October and early November. Questions […]