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Join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30am for Religious Education followed by Worship service at 11:00am.
by Rev. Mark Skrabacz
How can we celebrate the time of our lives? What can help us give attention to each moment? How do we find our own rhythm and pace? Let’s examine the kinds of choices we have about our perception of time. Let’s also ask what kind of energy and attention we give to each person, to each hour, and each day. What kind of presence do we bring to the matter of time?
Benchmarking the Spiritual Path
by Rev. Chris Hockman
Many people come to church to experience something called “spiritual growth,” but yet we don’t talk about it very often. What is spiritual development, and how do you know if you are growing?
July 17, 2017 by Jennifer Hixon
How did we do this year? The Board and Minister want to know! Below is a link to a congregational survey based on the Boards Ends statements. The Ends are the Board’s vision for where we want to go and who we want to be as a church. The best way we can gauge thatRead More →
Saturday, July 29, 7:00pm, Jefferson Bldg – Join Celestial Celebration Circle as they observe Lammas. This time of year is when we celebrate the midpoint between the Summer Solstice and Fall Equinox. Traditionally this is the first harvest and we rejoice in the first fruits of the season with gratitude and hope for what isRead More →
Sundays, August 13-27, 12:00pm-2:00pm, Fellowship Hall – For almost two years, Rev. Dr. Helen Boursier and other volunteer chaplains facilitated an art ministry for moms and children held in a for-profit immigrant family detention center in Texas. The detainees were mostly from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala who had made their way across Mexico toRead More →
Tuesday, August 15, 7:00pm, Fellowship Hall – Sponsored by the Social Justice Committee and led by the Interfaith Welcome Committee, this meeting of local churches, mosques, and synagogues is designed to help support the sanctuary effort in San Antonio. All are welcome to attend.Read More →
New Membership Class – Beginning in August – Interested in learning more about being a Unitarian Universalist? In this foundational course, we’ll be discussing the book by John Buehrens and Forrest Church entitled A Chosen Faith: An Introduction to Unitarian Universalism. The class is designed for people new to the Unitarian Universalist faith or peopleRead More →
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