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Rev. Lori G. Hlaban, Minister
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Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Beaufort
178 Sams Point Road, Lady's Island
January Theme: Integrity
January 19 – A Call To Integrity – Rev. Lori
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Sunday, FEBRUARY 2
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Martin Luther King Day Parade!
Join UUFB and march in the Martin Luther King Day Parade Monday, January 20. Meet on Rogers St by National Cemetery by 9:30 AM. Walk and carry signs proudly or, if you can't walk, ride in the car. Call Barb Banus if you have questions.
SAVE THE DATE
UUFB Connections Class
You Are Invited!
Come learn about Unitarian Universalism and our Fellowship.
Everyone is welcome!
Sunday, January 26 from 11:30-1:30
UUFB Fellowship building
Sign up at the Visitor’s Table in the Sanctuary or email Ellen Kelley. Please see a membership-blue button person or email if you need more details.
BRING A FRIEND SUNDAY is January 12, 2020
Have you ever been asked, Who We Are? Do you know someone who might benefit from our UU Principles or Community? If so, here is an opportunity to invite a family member, friend, or neighbor to a UU service. Rev. Lori Hlaban’s sermon “Integrity in Action” will be both informative and thought-provoking. After the service, come to coffee hour. Childcare is provided during the service. ALL ARE WELCOME!
Souper Salad Bowl Potluck Lunch Is Coming!
Get ready for the BIG Game or a BIG Nap by joining us for a meal on Sunday, February 2. Bring your favorite soup (slow cooker preferred), salad, or other to the Fellowship Hall following the service. We’ll dine together from 11:15-12:30.
Everyone is welcome, so tell a friend or family member too! Please sign up in the lobby or tell Ellen you’re attending!
THE CHRISTIAN AFFINITY GROUP
PLANS BOOK DISCUSSIONS FOR 2020
The Christian Affinity Group met on November 3, 2019 and had a lively discussion of books for reinterpreting Christianity. Members suggested a wide variety of excellent books and decided on the following to read and discuss. Discussion leaders are also listed. The meetings will take place in the Religious Education room at 11:30 after the Sunday coffee hour. All meetings are open to UUFB members and friends.
January 12, 2020: “Why Christianity Must Change or Die” by Bishop John Shelby Spong. Discussion leader: Jay Weidner.
March 8, 2020: “The Simple Faith of Mr. Rogers” by Amy Hollingsworth. Discussion Leader: Ben Sellers.
May 17, 2020: “Christ for Unitarian Universalists” by Scotty McLennan. Discussion Leader: Rev. Lori.
For more information contact Barbara James.
To Be Continued…
a column by Rev. Lori G. Hlaban
I hope you’ve all had good, meaningful time with friends and loved ones over the holidays! Here we are in the early days of 2020, and the world is as confusing as ever.
As we move into this new year, we know there will be a lot – A LOT – of political activity in the coming months. In one congregation I served we stopped seeing about a dozen people in the fall of a presidential campaign. After the election most of them returned, with several saying they’d just decided to stay home on Sundays for awhile rather than have repeated political arguments at church.
While I encourage everyone to become informed, and to vote their conscience AND their UU values – please be mindful that the person seated next to you may have a different political viewpoint. We Unitarian Universalists value our freedom of conscience! As our Unitarian ancestor, Francis David, is alleged to have said: “We need not think alike to love alike.”
This is also a friendly reminder that, while our congregation may take positions and pass resolutions in support of legislation and issues; as a congregation we are not allowed to endorse specific candidates or political parties. Please do not leave partisan literature in either of our buildings.
All that said, do look for information coming soon on the “UU the Vote” campaign from the UUA! We value the democratic process – and our UU values!
Rev. Lori Hlaban
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Buddhist Spiritual Affinity Group Mindfulness and insight meditation.
Every Monday, 7:30-8:30
One Yoga Sanctuary, 73 Sea Island Pkwy. All are welcome.
Chair Yoga Tuesdays, 10:30-11:45
UUFB Sanctuary, 178 Sams Point Road, Lady's Island