Like all of us, I was born into a story that came from authors whose first drafts had been submitted to the Great Publisher. And, as the Great Publisher is want to do, my story emerged as a mash-up of two different plot lines that no amalgam of common interest or common sense would have blended together. But, of course, that is the case with most stories.
Join us each Sunday as we celebrate and worship as a community. February 3, 2019. “Picking the Worst Hymn and Other Hangable Offenses.” Services at 9 am and 11 am. Rev. Greg Ward, preaching / Margot Page, Worship Associate. Trust – and Faith – are commodities that religion is known to supply. But, we all know, no one can supply trust. It’s something we have to manufacture ourselves.
Eric and Alice (not their real names) “were” married. And I mean “were” in the tenuous past-present sense that sits like a burning lead ball in the center of your heart. Alice made a mistake, the details of which are unimportant. Eric struggled in arriving at forgiveness. That’s where the relationship ended.
Join us each Sunday as we celebrate and worship as a community. January 6, 2019, “UU 101, 201, 301, and 401”; services at 9 and 11 am. The Rev. Meg Barnhouse, storyteller, singer, songwriter, former South Carolina NPR host of “Bubba-Free Radio,” brings her own unique perspective on the journey of living Unitarian Universalism out loud.
Love is the doctrine of this church, and it binds one heart to another even in times when we are separated. UUSM staff and volunteers are responding to the COVID-19 crisis full-on, to keep our congregation connected and to continue to lift up the voices of marginalized, highly vulnerable members of our wider community.
Join us each Sunday as we celebrate and worship as a community. The February ministry theme is “Resilience.”