Next Services . . .

Sunday services are at 10 am at Lourdes Hall, 457 Gould Street in Winona.

  In order to make our service more handicap accessible and welcoming to people with mobility problems, we have changed our main entrance to the Howard Street entrance where there is an elevator.  Our outside sign will be placed by this door and magnetic signs will be posted directing people to the UU service and Quaker Meeting.

THEME: SOCIAL JUSTICE

September 11: Presenter and Coordinator: Jim Armstrong
WATER SERVICE
The Water Ceremony is an annual rite in many UU communities. Bring a small container of water to add to our communal basin, so that we might celebrate coming together again after a summer apart and commemorate important spiritual highlights of the summer.

September 18: Presenter: Briana Melom; Coordinator: John Chernega
THE UU CALL TO SERVE OTHERS
Spiritual leader Briana Melom will join us as we explore the connections between Unitarian Universalism and social justice.

September 25: Presenter: Debi Niebuhr and Eric Nelson; Coordinator: Laura Armstrong
AGRICULTURE, LAND RIGHTS, and IMMIGRATION
Eric Nelson and Debi Niebuhr traveled with Land Stewardship Project on a Witness for Peace delegation to Oaxaca in southern Mexico to witness the impacts of US policies on indigenous people.  “After sharing stories with farmers, artisans, and displaced people, we developed a greater understanding and empathy towards out migration to the US and the social justice issues within Mexico and Central America.”

To view the tentative, preliminary calendar of services for 2016-17, click on link in left menu.

All religions, all this singing, one song. 
The differences are just illusion and vanity. 
The sun’s light looks a little different on this wall than it does on that wall, 
and a lot different on this other one, but it’s still one light.
Rumi.