Daylight Savings Time ends Sunday, Nov. 2 @ 2am.
Don’t forget to “Fall Back”!
Do you want more acceptance of difference? Do you want spiritual experiences? Do you want to serve others, stand up for justice and live lives that matter in the world? Do you want a joyous, loving community with other people? The Marquette Unitarian Universalist Congregation might be what you’re searching for…
UPCOMING SERVICES and FORUMS
|Date||Service (11am)||Adult Forum (9:45-10:30am)|
|November 2||“Yoga and UU Principles.” Service Leader: Dharmini Robertson||“Congregational Conversations About….” Host: MqtUU Board of Trustees|
|November 9||“Blessing the Animals.”
Service Leader: Kathy Klos
|“The Four Agreements & Our UU Principles” Host: Heidi Gould|
|November 16||“Thank You, Help Me” (Thanksgiving Service). Presenters: February Sky (Transgender Day of Remembrance)||“A Discussion of the Our Whole Lives Program.” Host: gg Gordon|
Coming Up @ The Meeting House…
Come join United by Light Wicca group and CUUPS for a Samhain Celebration! Celebrate the season, the Wiccan New Year, and our beloved dead at the most sacred of pagan holidays. Learn a little about Wicca, experience the energy around us, honor those who have crossed over, and hopefully feel the presence of the Great Deity. Potluck event on Saturday November 1st, 6:30 p.m. at the Meeting House. Weather permitting, it will be a fireside outdoor gathering; please bring a camp chair or other outdoor seat for yourself, and a dish to pass. For more information feel free to contact pagan minister Reverend Kowalczyk at *protected email* or on facebook: www.facebook.com/UnitedByLight
REFLECTION & LEARNING PROJECT
Israel & Palestine
Sundays, Nov. 2, 9, 16 & 23
The first viewing & discussion session “Steadfast Hope ~ The Palestinian Quest for a Just Peace” take place Sun., Nov. 2 from 1:15-2:30 pm at the Meeting House with light refreshments. Child Care can be provided.
Launched at the 2014 UUA General Assembly in Providence, RI, UU’s for Justice in the Middle East offered a new study designed to reach UU’s throughout our denomination, as well as interested members of local interfaith communities.
As a responsible faith community, we want to become informed so as to understand, converse, and act with a solid background and foundation. A three-part series of four workshops each, following three (UU, Episcopal, and Presbyterian) study guides, will take place in November, January, and April.