July 2013 Services

July 7 @ 10:30am
“Unitarian Universalist Mothers” by Barb Harrison
A follow up to the Unitarian Universalist Forefathers presentation, showing how crucial women were in the process of development of these two faith traditions.

July 14 @ 10:30am
“Building the Past” by William Beale
Back in February, we heard from some of our long-time members about the early days of the UUFA.  In today’s service, engineer William Beale will tell us more about the building itself and how it came to be.  Please join us for this trip down memory lane, and stay for the monthly potluck after service.

July 21 @ 10:30am
“Top Ten Reasons Liberal Religion Still Matters” by Rev. Don Rollins
Every once in a while it’s time to revisist liberal religion and it’s influence within, among and beyond. Rev. Don Rollins served as our minister in the late 1990s. Since then he has traveled the US serving UU churches from North Carolina to Oregon – and some in between.

July 28 @ 10:30am
“Everything I Need to Know, I Learned From Baseball” with Jessie Roberson
A lifelong avid sports fan, and in his younger days a well-coached and competent athlete (so says his wife–because Jessie is just too modest!), Jessie will mesh the important life lessons learned through baseball with the UU principles we hold so dear.  Please join us on this journey with Jessie–part exploration of philosophical ideals,  part nostalgia for the care-free days of youth, and a big part of immense gratitude to his sometimes stern but always kind and thoughtful coach.