Service starts at 11AM.  Childcare is provided during service.

July 2: “Transcending Mystery and Wonder”
Rev. Mark Cutolo
“The Unitarian Universalist tradition draws from many sources, including the direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder which moves us to a renewal of the spirit. How do we interpret these experiences, both in others and in ourselves, and what can they teach us about the Divine?”

July 9: “Dear Rich People”
Rev. Jennifer Pader
People who have never been poor have no idea what it’s like. 43% of Unitarian Universalists have a household income of over $100,000, and 86% of us benefit from white privilege. In a society that is increasingly split between the “haves” and “have-nots” we struggle to increase our denominational diversity and inclusivity. We work at building bridges, not walls. How are we doing?

July 16: “In Times of Trouble”
Rev. Jill Bowden
Mindful decision making in times of crisis.

July 23: “Through a Glass, Dimly”
Rev. Beth Putnam
There are many barriers that keep people from forming connections, some are from our own past and some are from differences in experience, history and culture. In this service explore a historic meeting between Harriet Beecher Stowe and Sojourner Truth and the lessons that meeting reveals about our struggles to see each other clearly

July 30: “The Places We Come From”
Rachael Hayes
Rachael Hayes is a member of Fourth Universalist. She received her M. Div. in May from Union Theological Seminary. Before moving to Florida to begin a ministerial internship, she reflects on what it means to come from somewhere and how it becomes part of us.