Keeping the Community Connected

Calendar Links for the Week of January 24th
Sunday Service Information

Four Roles of Activism

Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper
with Ward Hammond & Dionisio Camacho

 #1023 Building Bridges

 #368 Now Let Us Sing

There are many ways to work for justice, equity, and compassion in our world, not just one role to play. Here is one model for how to frame and engage in the work.

Community Caring
If you would like to submit a candle of Joy or Sorrow to be lit during the service, click here. Please Note: Submissions received after 9 am on Sunday will not be shared until next week.

Service Link
We will be broadcasting via Facebook Live. Click on the hyperlink any time after 10:40 AM Sunday and the live video should be available (it will have a red label in the corner). The service will not start until 11:00 AM, but pre-service announcements begin at 10:40 AM and the music will begin at 10:52 AM.

You do not have to have a Facebook account to access the link. The video will be saved and available for viewing at the same link shortly after the service is completed. If you do have a Facebook account, click on the link now. It will take you to Upcoming Live Videos, and you will be able to click on "Get Reminder." When it's time for the video to go live, you will get a reminder in your Facebook feed, which will take you directly to the video. The video will be saved and available for viewing at the same link shortly after the service is completed.
Links for the Week Ahead

Every Sunday:  Sunday, January 24th Tuesday, January 26th
  • 7:00 PM Myth-Busting About Child Sex Trafficking (DMST)CLICK HERE to register. 

Please check the GUUF Religious Exploration webpages to see new Adult Program offerings for the fall. Adult Religious Exploration - Lifespan Religious Exploration
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