Sunday, July 3rd Rev. Mary Grigolia

Celebrate who we are to each other. As we observe Independence Day and freedom from oppression, we explore freedom’s wider call of interdependence with readings and songs from scientists and sages! Bring a reading, story, or song, and something delicious to share for brunch.

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Sunday July 10 - Need More Rumi? Service led by Rev. Mary

A poetry-inspired service exploring who we are (as individuals, as a spiritual community, as a religious movement) to the Mystery and to each other? And how Life is moving, speaking, holding presence through us now. Bring your favorite poem or quote by Rumi (or Hafiz).

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July 17 - Born Again into the World - Service led by Rev. Mary.

Exploring the eco-feminist theology of poet, naturalist, mystic (UU) Mary Oliver. (An antidote to the volatility of this week’s presidential convention.) Bring your favorite Mary Oliver poem or quote to share

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Sunday, July 31st Rev. Samuel Prince - General Assembly Columbus 2016

What was GA like for those from Oberlin UU Fellowship who attended? Hear shared experiences from those who went to General Assembly in Columbus.  We are already looking forward to New Orleans General Assembly in 2017

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Minister Report - June 2016

(See OUUF Annual Meting – Leadership Reports)

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All meditation sessions are being held at the Fellowship:
1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 1-2 p.m.
2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 6-7 p.m.

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Building & Grounds Report - June 2016

Building and Grounds Report – June 2016
(See OUUF Annual Meeting Reports – Committee Reports)

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Social Justice Team Policy Statement

Social Justice Team’s Role

Social Justice Team’s role is to:
1. Regularly inform the Fellowship of issues of social justice that need immediate attention,
particularly local actions;

2. Use the following three national programs/ certifications to guide our activities:
a. The Ministry for the Earth Green Sanctuary Program
b. The UUA’s Welcoming Congregation Program
c. Standing on the…

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ARE Programs for Spiritual and Ethical Awakening

Are you interested in discussing the Bible, in a Liberal way?  ARE Programs

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The Oberlin UU Fellowship is a welcoming, caring community that promotes religious freedom, encourages spiritual and personal growth, and works for a peaceful, just, and sustainable world.

Our congregation is a living, breathing group of spiritually alive individuals who are in love with life and dedicated to pursuing our individual quests for truth, while working for social justice and environmental responsibility.



Rev. Mary Grigolia“Summer Poetry Reflections, or, Need More Rumi?”

I invite you to join me for three poetry reflections as Sunday morning services: July 10, July 24 and August 14, reflecting on: Who we are (as individuals, as a spiritual community, as a religious movement) to the Mystery, to each other? How does Life speak (or dance or hold presence) through us? On July 10, bring a favorite poem from Rumi. On July 24, a short reading from Mary Oliver. On Aug 14, a favorite piece from a different poet (perhaps yourself).

“Opening the Windows”

There are three questions: 1) What are your plans for the summer? 2) What do you need? 3) What do you yearn for? 

For me, professionally, July is planning month. It’s also the Republican National Convention, with media exacerbating volatile cultural polarization. It’s hard not to be controlled by sensationalism shaping our shared future. What do I need? To resist the tendency to answer only that first question, losing myself in readings, videos, theories. While what I need is to go deeper. To plug into life’s yearning,  which is already and always right here: Daring me (and you) to enjoy the perfect afternoon, the colors of the sunrise, the sound of children laughing, the taste of morning coffee, the body yearning to sit and move aligned, energized. I invite you to join me in inverting those three questions. First, opening the windows of mind, heart and body, listening for what we yearn for, revealing what we need, what Life needs from us and through us, and letting the planning follow from there. As Rumi said, “Let the beauty we love be what we do.”



SI 2017

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Sunday Service 10:30 a.m.

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Sunday School 10:30 a.m.