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“Circles of Trust”
Rev. Tony Lorenzen
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Practicing Loving Community
Nurturing Spiritual Growth
Unitarian Universalism is a religious tradition that places more importance on your values than your beliefs, that welcomes you and your questions and affirms your search for truth and meaning.
Our mission: Practicing Loving Community, Advancing Justice, Nurturing Spiritual Growth is how we seek to live this faith. Ours is a religion of covenant rather than creed.
Our Sunday Worship Services are held at 10:30 AM with Religious Education classes for children at the same time. Refreshments and fellowship follow. You are welcome as you are. Please join us.
A Message from our Minister
“The Fire of Commitment”
This past year of pandemic has tested many of the commitments to which we hold fast. It has tested relationships among partners, friends, co-workers, and members of the congregation. It has tested the commitment to live as if life and love are
divine. It has tested the commitment to our constitution, science, and the social institutions that form the bedrock of any society: health care, education, the economy, and government. Among the more mundane and day to day commitments, it has tested our commitments to eat well, get regular exercise, keep in touch with family and friends, and be an active member of one’s congregation and one’s community. During this month of March we will examine our commitments to
church, families and children, racial justice, and environmental justice. We will take on the challenge of examining our own commitments and dedicating ourselves to them more intentionally. Stephen Covey has said, “Anything less than a conscious commitment to the important is an unconscious commitment to the unimportant.” Let us encourage each other to make our congregation and each other important enough for a conscious commitment. I will endeavor to invigorate my commitment to you as your minister and encourage you to dream big dreams as we slowly prepare for and live into a post pandemic world. We’ve a ways to go yet before the pandemic is “over,” but I know you join me in committing to a renewed hope energy at home and at church and this spring will see a fire of commitment burn brightly through our congregations.
About Unitarian Universalism
WE ARE UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS
We are Unitarian Universalists, people of many backgrounds who have different beliefs, but shared values. Join us on this extraordinary journey. Get to know us in this short animated video.