LOVE: Living Our Values…

fingers making heartIn 1984, Tina Turner asked the question, “what’s love got to do with it” and later in that same song she claims, “who needs a heart when a heart can be broken.” Rev. Dr. Marjorie Matty shares that, “Love has to be the foundation of how we live with and relate to one another. We need to be able to expect compassion, integrity and respect for and from one another. We need to be able to trust each other and this is what will help us to feel fulfilled with a life of meaning and joy. Sunday’s sermon will focus on evolving community and our values in order to mend our hurts and reinvigorate and rethink our place in society. Dr. Matty explains, “Love is the light that we must not hide under a bushel. Love is a beacon of hope that can cure the world of what ails it.” Join us Sunday September 20th at 10:00am for worship. Childcare and liberal religious education will be provided.
Unitarian Universalists are encouraged to question authority as well as seek and find answers outside of the boundaries of traditional religious confines. If you are ready to be an agent for positive change or just want to be a part of a community that truly cares then join us on the journey.
This Sunday the congregation will donate the morning collection in its entirety to the Syrian Refugee Crisis Fund of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, whose goal is to raise $250,000 in 15 days to reach out to the most vulnerable people caught up in this humanitarian crisis, especially women and children.