2018 September Service Schedule:

Services are held at 10:30

The theme for September is Vocation


Sept 9 – Water: The Essence of Life:  Bring water that has meaning in your life to share in our annual ritual of ingathering.   ~Rev Pam Rumancik  Pam Fodor

Celebration Singers will provide musical accompaniment.


Sept 16 – Islands of Sanity: How do we hold what is real and worthwhile in a constantly changing world? Can we create islands of sanity for ourselves and the people around us? Can saving ourselves save the world?   ~Rev Pam Rumancik 


Sept 23 –  Principled Living: What Guides Us Now?  We’ll look at our 4th Principle in a series that explores our UU Seven Principles and how we live them in our daily lives.  We’ll look through the lens of Food Scarcity and our Senior Youth Group will share some of their experiences in Detroit this summer ~ Rev Pam Rumancik


Sept 30 – What’s Spirit and Why Do I Need to Practice?  This service will introduce Spiritual Practice Sundays which are planned for once a month.  A regular spiritual practice is one of the best paths to living a engaged and peace-filled life.  Let’s look at what’s out there and how different practices meet different needs.  An intro to Yoga Nidra will be offered later in the afternoon for those who are curious about this unique practice. ~ Rev Pam Rumancik


The theme for October is Formation

Oct 7 – Connection & Impact:  Find stories of connection throughout our lives – What we do can have tremendous consequences   ~Dave Lloyd

Oct 14 – Principled Living Series: She, Her, Hers – What’s Yours?
In honor of Coming Out Day on Oct 11th, we’ll look at the way our ideas of gender and sexual identity has changed since this church first became a Welcoming Congregation and examine our 5th principle – Right of Conscience & Democratic Action   ~Rev Pam Rumancik 


Oct 21 – TBD  Guest Preacher Darrick Jackson shares his worldview.  ~ Rev Darrick Jackson


Oct 28 – Singing Samhain:   Nationally known songwriter and leader Jim Scott returns with his own unique look at the Wiccan feast of Samhain.  Look forward to lively music and thoughtful presentation. ~Jim Scott