“Some good news to share. The Board of Trustees of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) is pleased to announce its unanimous nomination of the Rev. Meg Riley and Charles Du Mond for election as the next co-moderators of the UUA, at the special election to be held at General Assembly (GA) 2020, in Providence, RI. If elected, they will serve in this position for a term beginning at the conclusion of GA 2020 and ending at the conclusion of GA 2025.”
Meg is my Senior Minister where I am an affiliate community minister at the Church of the Larger Fellowship. She announced her retirement a few weeks ago. She will be missed at CLF. I am deeply grateful personally and for our UU world to see her nominated as co-Moderator.
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✨ “Whatever is inside of us continually flows outward ✨ Whatever is outside us continually flows inward” ✨
Please join us at church in Sangerville on Sunday, November 27th, 2016 at 9:30am.
Let’s explore life as a Möbius together!
Service Leader: Rev. “Twinkle” Marie Manning
Musician: Jason Curran
Church Street, Sangerville, Maine
On Sunday, July 3rd Twinkle is leading services at First Universalist Church of Pittsfield in Maine. She is collaborating with Jason Curran, an amazing musician.
Together they will explore the sacred with those present.
The theme of the service and Twinkle’s sermon title is:
“In Our Own Image”
There are many ways Unitarian Universalists approach the topic of God.
This service clarifies the realities of conscious and unconscious worshipping.
Sunday, July 3rd – 9:45 AM
For other services by Twinkle and Jason, visit here.
What Twinkle has to say about the creation of this service:
“The idea is that we all worship something. And what we choose to worship can help us make sense out of life, even when life seems senseless. What we choose to worship can comfort us, bring us joy, and have us greeting each morning in gratitude. Or, what we choose to worship can eat us alive. We get to choose to whom we belong, which ‘god’ we will obey. The first step toward doing so is to understand the distinctions of conscious and unconscious worshipping. Also, Jason and I composed a song together for this service based on an old hymn. I find great meaning in doing this kind of co-creation together.”