Sunday services start at 10:30 a.m. unless otherwise stated
Sunday, June 2: Take Part in Social Justice – Service led by UU Wausau’s Social Justice Committee, with guest speaker Andrea Oyuela
Part of UU Wausau’s Social Justice Committee’s purpose is to bring light to social justice issues. Our active SJC is taking this opportunity to share with the congregation our efforts toward a campaign for reinstating driver’s licenses for undocumented workers in Wisconsin. You’ll learn the why and how as we ask for your support in helping live our UU principles.
Sunday, June 9: Bridging – The Rev. Brian Mason and Julie Trombley, DRE
This Sunday we will celebrate the growth of our congregation’s children and youth. This is an opportunity to recognize the young people of our community; to applaud their success thus far, to acknowledge them and to wish them happiness and satisfaction. It is to make sure they know we are with them. All children and youth in the congregation will have the opportunity to participate in our bridging ceremony, following a message from our Director of Religious Education.
Sunday, June 16: Flower Communion – The Rev. Brian Mason
At the beginning of summer, in UU churches throughout the world, Flower Communion is celebrated. Flower Communion is an annual intergenerational ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. Remember to bring a flower to this service. Any flower will do. Buy one from a florist or a gas station, pick one out of your garden, or even out of your neighbor’s yard. Together we will bless the flowers, our year together, and many more to come.
*** Start of Summer Services***
Summer Services go from Sunday, June 23, to Sunday, August 18, and begin at 9:30 a.m. unless otherwise stated
Sunday, June 23*: UU Wausau’s Worship and Music Committee with host a livestream of the General Assembly Sunday Morning Worship service from Spokane, Washington. Please join us to witness the largest annual gathering of UUs, and for a powerful, communal worship experience right here in Wausau. *This service starts at 12:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 30: “Disabilities: Inclusion, Accessibility, and Identity” – Rachel Carter
Please join Rachel Carter as she shares her experiences with a life altering identity change and how Unitarian Universalism has influenced her journey towards healing and ministry.
Rachel Carter is the intern minister at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and a second year seminary student at Iliff School of Theology. She has been an active advocate regarding Post-Traumatic Stress, Military Sexual Trauma and invisible disabilities. She served as a broadcast journalist assigned to Armed Forces Network-Korea as well as the Wisconsin National Guard. Rachel identifies as a person with multiple disabilities, including Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome, Dysautonomia, and Fibromyalgia. She will be presenting at this year’s General Assembly in Spokane, WA on Dis-Abilities: A Discussion on Inclusion, Accessibility, and Identity.
Sunday, July 7: Greg Venne
Sunday, July 14: Richard Olson
Sunday, July 21: Pam Henkel
Sunday, July 28: Ryan O’Leary
Sunday, August 4: UU Wausau’s High School Leadership Group
Sunday, August 11: The Rev. Brian Mason
Sunday, August 18: Julie Trombley, DRE