St. Cloud Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

November, 2017

10:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 5: Cabbage Town People--Rev. Karen Hutt
(Note: Daylight Savings Ends Today - Fall Back!)

We welcome back UU minister Rev. Karen Hutt who has been with us several times in the past few years. She presents an exploration of class and classism in Unitarian Universalism.

Soup and Bread Lunch in the Fellowship Hall follows the service.  Visitors, please be our guests!

10:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 12:  Six Axioms of Civility--Denny Smith

Denny has been creating and facilitating learning experiences for over forty years. The program will focus on developing the skill to turn an argument into a courageous but civil conversation, focusing on the spirituality of social justice issues. Participants will leave the session armed with specific skills for conversing with and messaging to those with views different from their own.

10:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 19:  Water Makes Its Mark--Children's Religious Education

This is a multi-generational service that will be led by the Fellowship youth who have been learning about the ways water impacts our world, and the way we impact water.  When we started our Fellowship year, we joined together to share how specific sources of water are meaningful to us.  Please join us to explore the importance of water to our persons, our communities, and our environment.  We will have a Call to Action in ways we can all move forward with protecting this great resource.

10:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 26: Sharing Bread in Community

In this season of Thanksgiving, we will break bread together as we celebrate our Fellowship’s theme of “Growing Together.” (A gluten-free option will be available). This will be a multigenerational service of Gratitude during which we will collect items to donate to the local food shelf. You are invited to bring one or more non-perishable items for this donation.

We hope you can join us as we extend our “Growing Together” theme to our wider community. Facilitated by Lisa Bershok, Lucinda Hudson and Pam Peterson.

Emergency Notification Policy (Events may be cancelled or postponed because of inclement weather or other unsafe conditions.  Whenever possible, a notice of cancellation will be sent to people who are on the SCUUF email distribution list and will be posted on this website and on WJON Radio.  (AM1240 )

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