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Upcoming worship services
Sun., October 20, 2019 – "Sometimes the Leaves Just Fall"
One Service at 10 a.m.
Worship Leader: Senior Minister Rev. David A. Miller
Music: Young Arts Ensemble, Merry Makers, Fall Festival Choir and percussionist Julian Berkowitz
Religious Exploration: All-congregation service. No classes in the Program Building. Child care to age 5 is available in the Sanctuary Nursery.
Sun., October 27, 2019 – "Let There Be Light" Diwali Celebration
Services at 9:15 & 11:15 a.m.
Worship Leader: Rev. Abhi Janamanchi, senior minister, Cedar Lane UU Church
Music: UUCF Revolution Ringers (9:15), UUCF Community Chorale (11:15)
Religious Exploration: Fall RE classes for age 2-Grade 12 at 9:15 a.m. and age 3-Grade 12 at 11:15 a.m. in the Program Building. At 9:15, Grades 1-3 begin in the Chapel. At 11:15, Kindergarten-Grade 3 begin in the Chapel. At both services, Grades 4-6 begin in the Sanctuary. At both services, Preschool, Middle School and High School begin in class. Child care to age 3 is available in the Sanctuary Nursery.
Sun., November 3, 2019 – November 3 Service
Services at 9:15 & 11:15 a.m.
Worship Leader: Rev. David A. Miller
Music: Catalyst (9:15), UUCF Community Chorale (11:15)
Religious Exploration: Fall RE classes for age 2-Grade 12 at 9:15 a.m. and age 3-Grade 12 at 11:15 a.m. in the Program Building. Kindergarten-Grade 6 begin in the Sanctuary for Together Time. Preschool, Middle School and High School begin in class. Child care to age 3 is available in the Sanctuary Nursery.
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Aug. 4, 2019. By Rev. David A. Miller. On election night in November 2008, I, like most of the world, watched as the U.S. elected its first black president. I was also in my final year of seminary and as I stood there I thought, “Oh my god, does this mean we are in a […]
Mar. 17, 2019. by Senior Minister Rev. David A. Miller. I will tell you, this vessel that we are journeying in together in this moment in time, this vessel in some ways is a lifesaver for me. It keeps me afloat in the midst of these turbulent waters. I was telling my colleagues at a […]
Jan. 7, 2018. by Rev. David A. Miller. When I first came to Unitarian Universalism, I heard the phrase “assume good intentions.” Assuming good intentions was something that I hadn’t thought much about through my life. I guess I went through the early part of life having grown up in the political shadow of Chicago, […]
by Senior Minister Rev. David A. Miller. Apr. 23, 2017. I’m not sure when I came to think of reflection as a vital religious concept, but at some point in my formation as a Unitarian Universalist I did. There are lots of different ways to reflect. We can think back about our early days of […]
by Senior Minister Rev. David A. Miller. Jan. 29, 2017. Unitarian Universalist Minister Rob Macpherson wrote: “The very bedrock of our Unitarian tradition is the free practice of religion, first articulated in the Edict of Torda in 1568. If people ask you when Unitarianism started, that is as close to a solid inception date as […]
by Rev. David A. Miller. Aug. 7, 2016. Have you ever sat down at the computer and, whether you are a believer or not, you thought, “God, if you are up there, or anywhere, please give me the inspiration to write this report, or paper, or if you are a minister, for instance, this sermon.” […]