Sunday December 23 at 10:00am 620 Park Street, Manitowo Join the Caroling and Hear the Stories. The weather might be frightful, but the Lakeshore Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will be warm with our voices in song and stories of the good work our local charities do throughout the year. To celebrate the season, we will join in a carol sing along and hear from the five local charities that we support through the year with our once monthly Sunday service collections. Lindse
Interested in how our Fellowship got started or where you can get involved? Curious about why our denomination has such a l-o-n-g name? Wonder how to become a member? Join us May 7 after the 10 am service as Kim Everett and Erica Strauss provide background on both and try to answer your questions. If you are a friend, member, or prospective member who’d like to attend, just let Erica know by emailing email@example.com. #Spirituality #History #LUUF #Spiritual
Spring Kingdom I'm heading for an unwalked place where spring’s not spoken of, where the border gardens and farm orchards cease. There I’ll get on my knees to uncover avatar kingdoms blooming in miniature underneath dried prairie grass. The wild buds of that place stake out their own air, their own strong light, and their rain. I'm headed where spring wants new words, or better, no words at all, where the streams and fields aren’t spoken for yet, and where what belongs still
Newcomers are often curious about what worship at Unitarian Universalist (UU) church will be like. Here’s what you can expect from a Sunday visit to Lakeshore Unitariran Universalist Fellowship (LUUF) Program Year Schedule (September through May) Sunday Service at 10:00am. Childrens enrichment service is provided for school age children and nursery care is offered at all services for very young children. Arrival As you enter, the first person you’re likely to see is one of o
What does the Council of Nicea in the year 325 have to do with Unitarians?
(Now Unitarian Universalist) The Council, birthplace of the Nicene Creed, a statement of Christian dogmatic theology established In 325 AD, was the first formal claim of the Trinity and divinity of Jesus. But that was not a unanimous decision. There were those who continued to believe in one god (Unitarians in ideology, but not in name at this point.) One reason was the word trinity does not exist i