Next Services . . .

Theme: INTERCONNECTED WEB

April 5: Presenter and Coordinator: Jim Armstrong

ANTROPOCENE EASTER:

The central message of Easter is the triumph over death through the resurrection of Christ.  Most Unitarians have difficulty with the notion of immortality: in fact, one of the primary reasons that Unitarians split off from Protestantism was they felt Christians spent too much time thinking about life after death.  But can we deepen our understanding of this topic?  How might we use our Seventh Principle to renew a discussion of the mystery of death?  In what way is the interconnected web of life, with its superb ability to thrive amidst entropy and randomness, a kind of resurrection matrix?

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April 12: Coordinator: Deb Ward

ANNUAL MEETING

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April 19: Presenter: Eunie Alsaker, Coordinator: Sarah Dixen

WE CAN’T DO THIS ALONE

Connections sustain us, give meaning, and provide a pathway to the sacred. We are hard-wired to connect with each other. Disconnection is the source of much of our suffering, and a shift in our focus can offer healing.

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April 26: Presenter: Tove Wiggs, Coordinator: John Collins

OUR TEENS AND THE INTERCONNECTED WEB

Several of our UUFW teens will share their relationship with our Seventh Principle.

Services are held at 10 am each Sunday, from September to May in Lourdes Hall, 457 Gould St., Winona. All are welcome to come for Silent Meditation (with brief meditation instructions) at 9am Sundays in the K-4 classroom. People who like to sing are encouraged to “warm up” their voices with Nancy at 9:45 am before the Sunday Services.