Something Special to Offer

Many of us are so inundated with information, requests, and demands.   We may feel like we want to shut out or shut down, not open ourselves up.   Some of us may indeed need to shut down for awhile in order not to burn out.  Others of us need to be challenged to open ourselves further.   With the help of trusted friends, we discern which season of the

At the UU Ministers Fall Meeting last weekend, I passed by this tree stump.

At the UU Ministers Fall Meeting last weekend, I passed by this tree stump.

soul we are in.

Regardless of where we are as individuals, our Unitarian Universalist faith is always asking us, as a church, where can we be louder and prouder in our ministry in the larger world.  What ministry in Stanislaus County are we called to?  Where in our community could Unitarian Universalism make a difference in way no other religious community could? Friends, our world is hurting and UUFSC has something special to offer.

I look forward to worshiping with you all this Sunday: Welcoming Ourselves, Welcoming the Other–how we can welcome all parts of ourselves and discover that we are better able to welcome others. Worship leaders: Rev. Darcy, Janice Goodloe, and Matthew Mason.

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