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The theme for November is Vision. Helen Keller said “The most pathetic person in the world is someone who has sight but no vision.”
One of the hallmarks of UUism is the freedom and encouragement to craft an individual spiritual path. One of the tools in so doing is Vision. One of our often sung hymns says:
Wake, now, my vision of ministry clear;
Brighten my pathway with radiance here;
Mingle my calling with all who will share;
Work toward a planet transformed by our care.
Our Vision can be transformative — personally and for the wider world.
November 17, 2019
“The Chalice and Beyond”
Worship should be a multi-sensory experience, including inspiration from what we see around us. This Sunday we will discuss some of the symbols that are significant to Unitarian Universalism and to Tapestry in particular.
Speaker: Rev. Kent Doss
November 24, 2019
“Uganda is Calling”
Rev. Mark Kiyimba, minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Uganda and activist for LGBT rights in Uganda will share with us some of his story and the importance of Unitarian Universalism around the world.
Speaker: Rev. Mark Kiyimba