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SINGLE SERVICES run from June 25 to September 3
The theme for July is “Play”
“Rejoice and Resist: Reflections from General Assembly 2017” | Rev. Caitlin S. Cotter
General Assembly is the annual meeting of our Unitarian Universalist Association, where Unitarian Universalists from all over the world gather to worship, witness, learn, connect, and make policy for the Association through a democratic process. This year’s theme is Resist and Rejoice. It will take place in the historically- and culturally-rich city of New Orleans! On this Sunday following General Assembly, join Rev. Caitlin S. Cotter and USSB delegate (and youth group member) Maggie Dobson, who will be sharing some of the experience and major events of General Assembly 2017.
“All I Do is
Work Play!” | Worship Associates Jack Rief and Marisa Pasquini
How do the rules in “play” help us in our work of creating better lives and communities? How does adding play to our daily lives enhance our life experiences?
“Playing Around” | Rev. Caitlin S. Cotter and Worship Associate Charla Bregante
Join Rev. Caitlin S. Cotter and worship associate Charla Bregante for this first installment in a three-part series on the importance of play. This will be a fun Sunday! We’ll reflect together on what we gain when we are playful, and how play can be a spiritual practice.
“The Play’s the Thing” | Rev. Caitlin S. Cotter and Worship Associate Chuck Flacks
How can the playful intensity of theater inspire us? Join Rev. Caitlin S. Cotter and worship associate Chuck Flacks for this service exploring the joy and wisdom to be found in the world of the theater. This is the second part of a three-part series on the importance of play.
“Castles, Forts, and Fairy Houses: Playing with Place” | Rev. Caitlin S. Cotter
There’s a reason that tree houses and blanket forts are some of the ultimate symbols of childhood and playfulness—and in this service we’ll explore why that is. Join Rev. Caitlin for this final service in our three-part series on the importance of play.