9:30 AM - Live Religious Education Service on Zoom
10:30 AM - Livestream and In-Person Service
11:30 AM - In-Person Sunday Social
12:15 PM - Sunday Small Group Social
8/14: THIS WEEK IN CHILDREN AND YOUTH MINISTRY
This week's special guest - one of our favorites! - Donna Washington will be sharing favorite stories in Zoom worship at 9:30AM and in person at 10:30AM. For more information about our Religious Education Program, please contact Marion Hirsch or Kat Good.
8/20: MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR REV. CHARLIE KAST11AM, we will hold a memorial service celebrating the life and ministry of rev. charlie kast, our beloved minister emeritus. More information about the service will be coming soon.
View the livestream on our Youtube channel.
8/14 & 8/21: AUGUST DROP-IN CHALICE CIRCLES This is a chance to try out a Chalice Circle before groups are formed for the coming year. Chalice Circle meetings will be held at 3pm in the Commons. Sign up here.
8/27: NONFICTION BOOK DISCUSSION FOR AUGUST: at10:30AM, the Nonfiction Readers will discuss Disunited Nations: The Scramble for Power in an Ungoverned World, by Peter Zeihan, via Zoom. New members and drop-ins are welcome. Contact the group for more information.
9/3: QUUILTERS: 9AM in The Gathering Room. Fabric bundles for quilted placemats will be available to start on and/or take home to finish. You may bring your sewing machine or plan to iron and cut fabrics. Join our email list here.
9/10: CHURCH PICNIC -- SAVE THE DATE! Our annual church picnic will be held this year on Saturday, from 5 - 8 PM at New Hope Camp and Conference Center and all are welcome! More details coming soon!
9/11: RETURN TO TWO SERVICES :The Community Church will return to two services: 9:30AM & 11:15AM. Our Online Small Group Social will also continue, but at a new time! Please let Rachel Rose know what time works for your schedule.
INTERESTED IN TAKING WELLSPRING? We will be offering Wellspring, the year long UU spiritual deepening program starting in the Fall 2022. It requires the participants to commit to a daily spiritual practice, regular reading and journaling to prepare for meetings and strong encourages participants to have a Spiritual Director. More information and interest form is here or contact Marion Hirsch.
10/27: BE KIND - SAVE LIVES Join Jerel Bonner and other members as an American Red Cross Blood Drive volunteer from 10AM - 2:30PM. This March, we saved nearly 100 lives during the Red Cross Blood Drive for our Community Day of Service. Let's do it again! Contact Jerel here.
SUNDAY SERVICES 10:30AM
“The Blessings and Dangers of Religious Freedom”
Rev. Thom Belote, preaching
Unitarian Universalism has a long history of insisting on and fighting for religious freedom. At its best, religious freedom is what allows us to pursue meaning and live according to our conscience. At its worst, religious freedom means the right to discriminate and exclude. How might we navigate the blessings and dangers of religious freedom?
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CHILDREN'S & YOUTH PROGRAMMING
COMMUNITY CHURCH CONCERTS
PARKING RENTAL INQUIRY
community church in action
20S & 30S GROUP
Pizza and Games Night
On July 31, 2022, fourteen members of the 20s & 30s group enjoyed fun and fellowship with a Pizza and Games Night. Please contact Marion Hirsch, Director of Religious Education, for more information about the 20s & 30s group.
WE ARE A WELCOMING CONGREGATION
We are a congregation that has historically stood for the civil rights of all people, especially those affected by racism and homophobia. We are a Welcoming Congregation, celebrating and affirming the active presence in our congregation of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and heterosexual members and friends and their families. We are actively engaged in dialogue about how to be a more racially diverse, multicultural, anti-oppressive congregation.
SUNDAY PARKING: Please honor the parking spaces reserved for people with disabilities and limited mobility at the front of the church, as well as the spaces reserved for the Auction Winners. We encourage folks to carpool and/or park offsite, if at all possible. Parking is available at The Community Church, as well as alternate parking options. See a map here. Please note: parking is not allowed at the Kehillah across the street. WEEKDAY PARKING: The large lot is fully rented; please use the small lot directly in front of the church, the wooded lot along Purefoy Road, or in the lot behind the church.