Sunday March 5th – Rev. Samuel Prince – What Do We ask Back From Us?

Have you ever felt powerless and limited in your ability to do more? Of course, at some point in our lives we all have felt this way and unable to meet even our own requirements. Yet, what if we are faced with resisting injustice and faithless policies, what if we have declining health, are advanced in years, or have family responsibilities? We may be somewhat discouraged because such circumstances may prevent us from doing all that our heart yearns to do in the face of humanity.

How can we be  encouraged?

Sunday, March 12th Rev. Mary Grigolia “American Dreams”

When our government bans Muslims, goes after immigrants, normalizes violence against people of color, weakens environmental protection; threatens to defund the United Nations, we hear, “That’s not America.” Who are we and who do we dream of becoming? How do UU principles awaken us to American dreams for a future we help create?

Sunday, February 19th-Andrew Frantz – Sharing and Expanding Beliefs about the Divine / What I Learned about God in Minister School

As Unitarian Universalists we are called to search for our own truth and meaning. Some of us believe in God, many of us do not–and it’s not simply a yes or no question!  Bring your open mind and loving heart as we explore religious naturalism, the idea of God as the web of life, and the wisdom of theologians from Bernard Loomer to Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Andrew Frantz is a long-time member of OUUF. He now lives in Wooster, Ohio and is pursuing a Master of Divinity degree at Meadville-Lombard Theological Seminary.