Outdoor Worship Service: “The Importance of Being Wrong”

In this challenging world of ours, it feels good to be right – especially about things that matter. The uncomfortable truth, however, is that people can learn more from discovering that they’re not as right as they thought they were. Has this ever happened to you?

All are welcome to join us on the lawn in front of the Meeting House! There will be chairs, but feel free to bring your own portable chair, or a blanket if you’d like to sit on the ground. Choose distancing that makes you comfortable, and wear a mask if you prefer. If entering the Meeting House, please wear a mask.

Also This Sunday – Roddy’s Book Table:
Roddy O’Neil Cleary, FUUSB Minister Emerita, was a voracious reader on many subjects – history, theology, politics, feminism, spirituality, and novels. She amassed a library of hundreds of books over the years (many with copious notes in the margins) and we couldn’t imagine a more perfect group to share them with than the UU community she loved. Please come on Sunday, August 8; the book table will be open following the outdoor worship service.

Outdoor services will continue through August 22. Live-streamed services begin weekly on August 29. Check the eNews and website for more information.