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” The Power of What’s Possible”
Rev. Tony Lorenzen



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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.

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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.  


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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.

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A Message from our Minister

“What Will Become of Us Now? ”

Dear Beloveds,

After a year of pandemic living, we the survivors, will craft a life “after.”  What will become of us in the time after? What will become of our country? What will become of our congregation?  It’s been said on many memes and in many essays that to return to the “normal” of the “before time” is not an option. The pandemic has emphasized the problems of the “old normal” – we are over scheduled, over worked, under-paid, and there are vast inequalities of wealth, of access to adequate health care, of access to adequate education, of access to the right to vote.  I hope that in the “after-life” all of us become better at being the person we feel called to be. I hope that our congregation(s) become free of the old normal patterns of “that’s the way we’ve always done it” so we can create vital, energized, faith communities. I hope that the wake up call to injustices of all types doesn’t fade and that a return to more things to do and more places to be doesn’t lull us back to sleep and keep us from making progress toward beloved community.  I am trying to see this “after-life” as an opportunity to give myself greater permission to speak truth to power, to take care of myself, to learn more about others, to put into practice the love in my heart, to become part of new and better world.  What do you hope to become?  Perhaps our month spent exploring the theme of BECOMING will help you figure it out.

With love,

Rev. Tony

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