In Praise of Goofing Off

One service only at 10:30 AM. This service is designed to help us get ready for summer, with its more relaxed pace.  It also lifts up the value of Sabbath throughout the year.

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Things I Learned In Childhood

Single service at 10:30 AM. Things I learned in childhood that are reflected in our 7 principles. Part 1, Dr. Seuss.

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Back to the Future

One service at 10:30 AM. As we prepare for a new minister and finalize our governance policies we need to ask ourselves Three Questions: What is the purpose of this church? Why are we here as individuals? How can we work together to make it the best church it can be?

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Ministry at the Museum

Founded in 1959, the El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA) is a major cultural and educational resource for West Texas, New Mexico, and Mexico. This Sunday I will share some of my experiences as a Unitarian Universalist docent in the secular world of public school and art appreciation. Please note, there will be a short … Continued

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The Power of Belief

One service at 10:30 AM. We all know that our beliefs shape our lives and our lives shape our beliefs, but how can challenging our beliefs make our lives better and how can we make the world better by challenging others’ beliefs?

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Thing I Learned in Childhood

One service at 10:30 AM. Things I learned in childhood that are reflected in our 7 principles. Part 2 – Shel Silverstein.

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Things I Learned in Childhood

One service at 10:30 AM. Things I learned in childhook that are reflected in our 7 principles. Part 3 –

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Sacred Harp Singers

One service at 10:30 AM. Sacred Harp Singing is a uniquely American tradition that brings communities together to sing four-part hymns and anthems. It is a proudly inclusive and democratic part of our shared cultural heritage.

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Water Communion

One service at 10:30 AM. Many UU congregations hold a Water Communion once a year. Members bring to the service a small amount of water from a place that is special to them. During the appointed time in the service, people one by one pour their water together into a large bowl. As the water … Continued

Ingathering

One service at 10:30 AM. The flame of our chalice this morning is a symbol of the warmth and brightness of our connections. The flame lights our way back together again From our separate summer lives, and it lights our way forward Into this new church year of promise and renewal. – Janet Parsons