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Sunday Worship And Glorified Coffee Hour
February 18 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Is Your Soul Frostbitten? – The Rev. Brian Mason, preaching
When resigning his pastorate, Ralph Waldo Emerson quipped that Unitarianism was like a “cold corpse.” The rub being that it was too individualistic and intellectual. That approach may have benefited the individual, but not the community, especially communities concerned about carrying on our religious tradition. This Sunday we’ll look for warmth where Emerson didn’t. We’ll also consider Unitarian Universalism’s spiritual depth through the life and ministry of William Greenleaf Eliot, a lesser-known figure in our history, and see about recovering our spirituality.
This Month’s Ministry Partner
This month, we’re proud to donate our Community Focus Collection to Children’s Wisconsin.
Children’s Wisconsin offers many programs that help support parents and caregivers of children. All programs are free and voluntary. They include the Family Resource Center, a Warm Line, Play and Learn, Family Events, and Start Right Healthy Families. The Start Right program is focused on children ages 1-5 years old. We’ll learn how they help families get their young ones off to a good start.
The speaker on February 18 will be Alissa Johnson from Start Right, Marathon County, Children’s Wisconsin.