Rev. Snavely, whom we share with Tri-County UU, describes herself as a “humanist who draws from Christianity, Buddhism and Neo-paganism for the current version” of her own theology. Reverend Snavely believes a religious congregation should offer three things to its people, “a place to experience and share wonder and awe with others, a spiritual community of people who are there for one another in times of joy, sorrow, and need, and a place and community in which to work for the betterment of the world.”
9:30 Discussion. Topic: Adventures of an Alzheimers Caregiver, led by Phil Edmonds. ONSITE ONLY
11:00 Celebration of Life. Reverend Snavely will present “Making the Impossible Possible” onsite: Storyteller and human rights advocate Clemantine Wamariya says “As a child growing up in refugee camps, life … read more.
9:30 Discussion. Wish you could have attended all eight workshops at the EcoExpo earlier this month? The Social Justice and Environment Committee will provide a summary of each workshop: Protecting Native Plants and Animals, Protecting Water Resources, Sustainability, Smart Growth, Climate Change, Health … read more.
9:30 Discussion. LCDR Kathryn Wilgus, Retired, will tell us about “Ashley’s House,” a planned 4,000 square-foot transitional group home to be constructed on Grove Street in Eustis, Florida, dedicated to the memory of First Lieutenant Ashley White-Stumpf, 24. “The house will be an all-female … read more.
Today Rev. Cynthia will give her first sermon as our half-time interim minister. Please plan to join us in welcoming her at a reception in the social hall following the service. A light lunch and beverages will be served.