Are you seeking a liberal religious environment where you are accepted for who you are, rather than who others believe you should be?
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Wayne County is a home for children and adults seeking personal and spiritual growth in an open family-friendly community. Our Mission is to be an inclusive community for spiritual exploration, dedicated to social and environmental justice.
Experience [UUFWC staff]
We are making some creative changes in our Sunday programming which we hope will invite more diversity, creativity, community and conversation. It’s exciting! Come join us.
Humor Sunday–Tony Beery
Come learn things about the UUFWC as you never knew it! 😄
Symbols That Call Us–Rev. Elaine Strawn
A month after Dan O’Rourke presented a service on Memes, we return to the idea of symbols and their ability to move us. From the Confederate flag, to our flaming chalice and from the symbols that hang on the front wall of our sanctuary to the ones we choose to wear, we will engage in conversation.
Opinions v Principle (Rev. Elaine Strawn)
Thomas Jefferson said that we tend to “forget the distinction between differences of opinion and differences of principle”. This failure leads to creating moral enemies, and incivility. We will examine the limits of freedom of expression this Sunday…which of course will include discussion!
Sacred Texts and Stories (Jennifer Groman & Rev. Elaine Strawn)
Stephen Protheto has compiled an “American Bible” based on the Hit Parade of writings, speeches and music.
Every Summer Sunday from 9:20 to 9:40 am. Steve Berg will lead Meditation in comfortable chairs. Come early if you need instruction.