by Betty Skwarek
No one can give another person, wisdom. No one is born with it. It cannot be taught, yet it has been highly prized by most of the world’s major religions and philosophies over millennia. Is wisdom still to be prized and if it is how do we find it? Where and how do we look for wisdom for today and for the future? Are the answers in established religions, in new belief systems, in science or our inner selves?
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August 2, 2015 by Rev. Marisol Caballero
Sunday, August 9, 12:15pm, Fellowship Hall – Interested in finding out more about our church or becoming a member? Attend this class for answers to questions you have and learn how our church works.Read More →
Sunday, August 16, 12:00pm, Fellowship Hall – Sponsored by the Covenant Group Facilitators. Enjoy food and fellowship while raising funds to benefit Beyond the Chair, an organization providing intensive activity-based recovery programs for individuals with spinal cord injuries and other neurological disabilites to improve their quality of life.Read More →
Saturday, August 22, 6:00pm, Fellowship Hall – All new First UU members and anyone interested in joining the church are invited to this Potluck dinner. Existing members are also invited to come meet everyone. Please bring one dish to share.Read More →
Sunday, August 30 @ 12:15 pm – 1:45 pm, Fellowship Hall – For those interested in becoming a Reading Buddy with the San Antonio Youth Literacy program, one of our Share the Plate recipients, a free training will be held after service.Read More →