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Join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30am for Religious Education followed by Worship service at 11:00am.
by Rev. Dr. Joshua Snyder
“What is Unitarian Universalism anyway?” It is a question that comes up with some regularity. The principles and values of Unitarian Universalism have a compelling vision for our world which includes affirmation of a diverse array of religious beliefs. But what IS IT? The answer to follow…
February 19, 2017 by David Rodriguez
Sunday, February 19, 5:30p, Fellowship Hall – Congress has taken the first steps toward repeal of the Affordable Care Act while also threatening changes to Medicare and Medicaid. What happens now for the uninsured/underinsured in America? Join an expert panel including our own Dr. Janet Realini and Dr Ellen Remenchik for discussion on this importantRead More →
Sunday, February 26 – This is bring a friend to church day! Our goal is to have 200 friends attend church that day. At 10:30am we’ll have a special coffee service on the patio, with staff, church leaders and other members. At 11:00am we’ll have our usual GREAT service followed by a cake and coffeeRead More →
Sunday, February 26, 9:30am, Conference Room – This class will involve discussions of four major Eastern Religious Traditions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism, and Confucianism. These religions are linked primarily by the fact that they are either non-theistic or at least not monotheistic in the Western sense. Although this course will focus on the religious and spiritualRead More →
Sunday, February 26, 12:00pm, Patio – In conjunction with Youth Religious Education students’ lessons on local causes, they will be making goodies to sell on the patio. All proceeds will be given to Project Quest, a job training program here in San Antonio. Stop by after service for a yummy treat for a good cause!Read More →
Sundays, March 5-26, 9:30am, Darwin Room – “Including, accepting, and celebrating the gifts of everyone and the diversity of humankind is…a response that represents the best of religious traditions and beliefs and illustrates the heart of key theological issues.” —Mark I. Pinsky. In this class we will explore issues facing the disabled community and waysRead More →
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