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Our building is now open for Sunday services and other programs. Most programs are also on Zoom. COVID-19 protocols change; currently we are mask optional. Join us! Contact us for more information through this form.

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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 hopes to balance the individual quest for truth and meaning with our collective vision and work for social justice and environmental responsibility.

Upcoming Services
The Gift of Generosity
November 2023

November 5
TED Talk: The Magical Power of Giving

This service, we will watch a TED Talk where a mother (Lynne Dale) tells us how her daughter’s legacy
continues to grow through the power of giving. Please join us as we learn about the transformational
power of generosity even in the most harrowing of circumstances.

November 12
Upgrade Your Spiritual Operating System

The Good Samaritan vs. Constantine – the rise of Christianity’s doctrines of the Holy Trinity, original sin
and hierarchy, catalyzing the extension of the Roman Empire and the religious subjugation of its peoples,
acting as a break on the evolution of consciousness and culture. Service presented by Rev. Mary & Jeff.

3rd of 4 services

– The Non-Dual Jesuus: Jesus wasn’t a Christian; why the teachings of Jesus were downplayed by
Christianity; with insights from integral (non-dual) spirituality.2nd Sundays through December.

November 19
Pre-Thanksgiving Bread Service

For the last 30 or 40 years, the Fellowship has celebrated Thanksgiving by exploring the many meanings
of bread in our lives. We share bread as a symbol of Earth’s many gifts, and express joyful thanks for this
amazing interconnected world. A table down the middle of the Sanctuary becomes loaded with bread
and goodies, each carrying its own meaning bestowed by the giver. The service is built with music,
readings, and a story.

All are invited to bring a bread from their own family culture. That could mean an old family recipe or the
Wonder bread you ate as a child, or a special gluten-free loaf, and lots of other options in between. If you
choose to bring bread, please plan to arrive a few minutes early to label and prepare your bread for the
service. Children are welcome to join in the fun. Service led by Ryan Mincey, adapted from The Living
With Change Covenant Group.

November 26
Beyond Giving & Receiving

We explore generosity as serving life, moving us beyond pro forma giving and receiving – in our
friendships, families and community; responding to Life/Love, moving through us. How are you serving
Life/Love this Thanksgiving season? Service led by Rev. Mary


Zoom Addresses

Sunday Service Zoom Login

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Meeting ID: 926 2419 0519

Join via smartphone by dialing: 929-436-2866, then entering the

Meeting ID followed by the pound sign: 92624190519#, then entering the password: 134017#

Join us for worship this Sunday at 11:00am!