December Services

December 6th Service, 10:30 AM
"Advent: Anticipating a Blessing" - Rick Johnson
On this second Sunday of the Advent lay minister Rick Johnson will lead a service celebrating this ancient Christian tradition of anticipating the blessing of Christ's birth. Readings will be shared for all of the four Sundays of the (Rescheduled from November 29) Religious education will be provided for our young ones.

After service today (12/6) we will put up the Christmas tree at the Meeting House.  We have decorations that have been donated in the past but you are welcome to bring something from your family to put on the tree.

December 13th Service, 10:30 AM
"Christmas is the Season for Reason: Abandoning Logical Fallacies" - Tyler Owen.
How do we know what we believe is true? One of the UU principles is "a free and responsible search for truth and meaning". Logic and reason are some of the most valuable tools we have in the search for truth and meaning. Logical fallacies are pitfalls that we can sometimes encounter in this search and we must train ourselves to recognize and avoid them.

Our annual Holiday Cookie Exchange will take place immediately following today's service (12/13). If you would like to participate please contact Jennifer Fenton-Schuster for more details no later than Friday, December 4th.

December 20th Service, 10:30 AM
"The Winter Solstice" - Rick Johnson
Winter Solstice is upon us, and many religious celebrations coincide with this celestial event. This morning we will share some elements from several religious traditions that focus on this time of darkness and new beginnings. Lay minister Rick Johnson will lead this service, and religious education will be provided for younger attendees.

A soup/appetizer/dessert potluck is planned after today's service (12/20).  Please bring one of these items to share if you are able, but all are welcome to join us today for a meal after our service.  After the potluck please join us for a showing of "A Christmas Story".

December 27th Service, 10:30 AM
"What is Boxing Day?" - Discussion
These and any other questions you may have will be discussed during our adult discussion group this morning. Coffee, tea and some treats will be available during this informal gathering, so feel free to come share in the lively discussion this morning. Religious education will be available for those young ones in attendance.