Sunday, October 21 – Family Stories
Rev. Nancy McDonald Ladd, Senior Minister and Rev. Amanda Poppei, Senior Leader, Washington Ethical Society

Join Rev. Nancy and Rev. Amanda Poppei as we weave together stories of humanist ancestors (from the broadest possible sense of inclusion) and humanist descendants.  If we had a family reunion of the past, present, and future of humanism, how could we include everybody at the picnic table?

Sunday, October 28
One Service, 10am (Bazaar Set-up begins after the Service)
Heeled
Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout, Rev. Nancy McDonald Ladd, and The River Road Choir

This is a multigenerational service about moving in the world with fierce authenticity and the courage to bring everything we are (and everything we’ve got) to the work of loving ourselves and serving the world. People of all ages are welcome to join in worship together. Work it, people.

This Sunday, we’re delighted to welcome Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout, Director of Music & Worship First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Arbor. Read his bio here.

Sunday, November 4, Services at 9:15 and 11:15am

In This Great Turning Part 3: Reclaiming Our Faith, Reclaiming Our Joy
Rev. Amanda Weatherspoon, Minister for Justice & Community Building

Part three of the Great Turning sermon series brings us to the challenging yet joyful space of ‘faith”. Faith is often thought of as one dimensional or naive, especially in our tradition which values and emphasizes reason and rationality. But we also know that Unitarian Universalism has a rich tradition of placing faith in the unknown – whether that be dissenting from the old ways of the Christian church, or even paving a new way in our societal structures. In today’s world, in the midst of perilous times and chaos, what does it mean to hold faith? What role does faith have in This Great Turning?

Sunday, November 11

Grateful, No Matter What
Rev. Nancy McDonald Ladd

It’s no big deal to be grateful when everything is easy.  How can we dig deep to our spiritual resources and be grateful in the complexity of our lives, no matter what?