October Services for the UU Fellowship at Burlington, IA

October 7 - "Compassion in a Selfish World" - Our service this morning will focus on recovering a sense of compassion in these times. A video sermon from Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter of the First Unitarian Church of Dallas will be followed by a time of congregational reflection. Religious education will be provided for children.

October 14 - " Recovering a Sense of Empathy" - Building on last week's service, Rick Johnson will lead our service this week as we consider the lack of empathy in our culture and how we might recover this important aspect of our communal existence. Religious education will be provided for children.

October 21 - Our program this morning will hear a TED Talk from Mike Rowe entitled "Learning from Dirty Jobs". Mike will share stories from his experience as host of the show "Dirty Jobs". Discussion will follow. Religious education will be provided for children.

August and September Services at the UU Fellowship at Burlington, IA

August 12 - Our program this morning will present a sermon by Wilson Hubbell of Live Oak Unitarian in Goleta, CA. The sermon is titled "UUs in a Blue Collar World", and will be followed by discussion and our coffee hour.  Come join us this morning for fellowship and discussion.

August 19 - Rick Johnson will lead this morning's service entitled "Love Calls Us On". The words of Rev. Anthony Makar, Senior Minister at the UU Congregation of Atlanta, GA, will be our sermon this morning as we look at why we, as religious liberals, are called to advocate for those out of power in our country. 

August 26 - Open Forum Discussion! Come join us for coffee and talk this morning.

September 2 - Open Forum Discussion! Come join us for coffee and talk this morning.

September 9 - We begin our new church year with our Ingathering Service this morning, a celebration of our shared experiences over this past summer. Rick Johnson will lead this service and you are invited to share stories of your summer activities with the congregation. As always, you are invited to bring water to share during our Water Communion today!

September 16 - The refugee crisis in Syria has been in our headlines for quite some time. But how many of us truly understand the scope and causes of the problem. This morning's program will look at a presentation about the crisis from the Foreign Policy Association.  Discussion and coffee will follow.

September 23 - The opioid epidemic has taken the lives of thousands of people in our heartland regions. We will explore this crisis during our program today with a video from the Wall Street Journal that looks at some families touched by this epidemic.

September 30 - Open Forum Discussion! Come join us for coffee and talk this morning.