Sunday, August 13-27, Before & After Service, Sanctuary Foyer – Covenant groups are a great way to create close relationships within the larger church community. They are one of the few church activities that are closed to drop-in participants-you must sign up ahead of time. This is so that group members can create an atmosphere
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 to
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.
Saturday, August 19, 7:00p, Large Labyrinth West of Sanctuary – Celestial Celebrations Circle invites you to a full moon labyrinth walk and drumming ceremony. Please bring a chair or blanket to sit on and drums and/or tarot cards if you wish to use them.
Sunday, August 20, 12:15p, Darwin/Lee Room – If you are wondering what it’s like to be in a covenant group, plan to attend our Sampler Sunday. After reviewing some introductory information, we will have a sample covenant group session. Even if you don’t sign-up for a permanent group, this will be a great opportunity to
Starting August 22 – 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 people who want to deepen
New Adult RE Class – Sundays, September 3-October 29, 9:30am, Conference Room – This course is an adaptation of the UU curriculum based on John A. Buehrens’ book Understanding the Bible: An Introduction for Skeptics, Seekers and Religious Liberals. We focus on several important themes in both the Hebrew and Christian Bibles which we will
New Adult RE Class – First & Third Sundays from September 3 through January 21, 12:15pm, Darwin Room – This program offers an intentional process of engagement with others in examining ethical concepts, dilemmas, and questions to help participants clarify and expand their ethical understanding. Participants will deepen and expand their knowledge and skills for
Thursday, September 14, 7:00pm, Fellowship Hall – In May of this year, the congregation voted to become a Reproductive Justice Congregation. What does that mean? Sonja Miller, from Texas Freedom Network, will be moderating this informational meeting on what it means to be a Reproductive Justice Congregation and how you can help.