The June 12 service has been changed to “Life In Two Genders.” Most people are comfortable in the gender to which they were born. Some are not. How might we understand what it is like to be transgender?
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Our PLEDGE DRIVE continues. Please return completed pledge forms to Treasurer Chris Sturgis ASAP. Thanks in advance for your consideration.
DDUUC is a Welcoming and Inclusive Congregation affirming LGBTQ families and individuals, which successfully completed the Welcoming Congregation Program established by the Unitarian Universalist Association. For more information about Bordentown’s Pride Parade click this link.
June 5 – Rev. Charles Loflin will share his message: “Doing what needs to be done.” This will be held in person with live streaming over Zoom.
June 12 – Rev. Larry Smith will present “Jesus’ Top Ten, Part II.” Jesus quoted the Hebrew scriptures quote often to make his points. We will reflect on five of his citations and their relevance to our chosen faith. This service will be on Zoom only.
June 19 – Rev. Dr. Richard Speck will speak on Juneteenth and will be addressing the progress, and lack thereof, of our racial issues in America and in Unitarian Universalism. This will be held in person with live streaming over Zoom.
June 26 – Please join our Vice President, Mae Carter, in leading the final service of the year and our Congregational Meeting. This meeting will be held in person and with live streaming over Zoom.
For more information about DDUUC, visit our calendar.
SUNDAY SERVICES, 10:00 AM Virtual Services via Zoom: May 8 – Mother’s Day Service May 15 – Rev. Larry Smith – “When Will the ‘Power to Love’ Replace the ‘Love of Power’?” Unitarian Universalists in our historical movements struggled with the concept of pacifism. Are we a peace church? In-Person Services: May 1 – This service will not be streamed via Zoom. Please join us for an interactive exploration and expression of faith, values, and morals. May 22 – This service is expected to be streamed via Zoom. Please welcome Cheryl Monohan in sharing how her life-changing experienced shaped her faith. May 29 – This service is expected to be streamed via Zoom. To be determined. ALL SUNDAY SERVICES AND DDUUC VIRTUAL ACTIVITIES ARE NOW AVAILABLE VIA THE SAME ZOOM CODE: MEETING ID: 609 444 9349, Password: uuchurch
Rev. Larry Smith will speak. He writes: “Unitarian Universalists, for the most part, have dismissed the idea of a devil causing evil in the world. Yet, how do we come to terms with human actions that contrast with our positive view of human nature?”
The service will be on Zoom, meeting ID 609-444-9349, Password uuchurch.