Monthly Archives: December 2014

World Religions SmorgasbUUrd & Mini-Workshop

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Jan 4 – WORLD RELIGIONS SMORGASBUURD

10:30 am

Our 3rd source for Unitarian Universalism is “wisdom from the world’s religions, which inspires us in our ethical and spiritual life.” Religions always grow with the cultures around them. What are the guidelines for ‘borrowing’ from another religion? . Service led by Mary Grigolia.

MINI-WORKSHOP: BEING GOOD (RELIGIOUS) NEIGHBORS

Bring a quote, poem, story or the name/picture of a teacher (or book) from another religion that inspires you; we’ll share them after our potluck lunch. How has your religious and spiritual identity changed from exposure to other religions?

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The Public is Invited to our Holiday Service & Potluck!

-Gathering around 6:00 pm
-Service at 6:30 pm
-Potluck at 7:00 pm
Remember, you may bring non-alcoholic beverages. Skip will have a nice selection of wines available to purchase that evening, by the bottle. Please bring a dish to share and musical instruments, board games, or cards for evening entertainment.

Re-Discover the Holiday Season with UUS this month!

This Sunday – Bring a dish to share for a finger-food lunch, and stay for our workshop with Mary.  

All beliefs/creeds/faiths/orientations welcome, anytime!  

Keeping Your Balance
UU Fellowship of the Firelands

SUNDAY SERVICE, DECEMBER 7: “Keeping Our Balance”

What helps you keep your balance in the frenetic days leading up to the winter solstice with its emphasis on light, while all around us darkness gathers?

Chant with Carl Jung and ponder Buddhist insights on equanimity.

Service led by Rev. Mary Grigolia.

WORKSHOP: “Keeping Your Balance”

What are your intentions for the holiday season?

What does equanimity mean to you?

Come listen and explore strategies and stories for this time of darkness and light.

Meeting at 10:30 am, Sept.-May, FIRST & THIRD SUNDAYS at 1st Cong. UCC, LOWER LEVEL, 431 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, Ohio

Holiday Party

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  • Sunday, December 14

    at 6:00pm, Sandusky Sailing Club

  • -Gathering around 6:00 pm  -Service at 6:30 pm  -Potluck at 7:00 pm

Remember, you may bring non-alcoholic beverages. Skip will have a nice selection of wines available to purchase that evening, by the bottle. Please bring a dish to share and musical instruments, board games, or cards for evening entertainment.