Join us for worship Sunday, May 12th, 2019 at 10:30 am. This Sunday we continue our series on “Prophet Making” with Rev. Greg’s message, Spiritual Resistance.
We will also participate in our annual Flower Communion. The Flower Communion is a Unitarian Universalist tradition created by Dr. Norbert Capek at the Unitarian church in Prague, Czechoslovakia, in 1923. It symbolizes the beauty of the diversities of our religious community, the gifts we each bring and the ones we graciously receive. You have an important part of this ritual: Please bring a flower, or several, from your garden or favorite floral shop. We will gather the flowers as you arrive. (There will be vases into which you may place your flowers in the Gathering Space.)
Music will be performed by the Mill Creek Choir under the direction of Kristin Tosh-Morelli with Pam Allenstein accompanying.
Children’s and Youth Religious Exploration
Following the Story for All Ages, all Children and Youth are invited to depart to the Religious Education Wing for regular Sunday morning RE learning and fun.
Adult Religious Exploration
We will be continuing our interesting discussion about the biblical book of Genesis. What does it mean to Unitarian Universalists? We meet every Sunday at 9:15 in the MacArtor Library for good coffee and great conversation – JOIN US!
Everyone is invited to join us after the worship service to enjoy good food and warm fellowship at our monthly potluck lunch. Please bring a dish to share.
It’s going to be another wonderful day of worship and fellowship at Mill Creek!