Rev. Karen G. Johnston, Senior Minister; Mary Beth McNulty, Worship Associate
In keeping with a semi-regular tradition at FUUSB, on this Sunday before Thanksgiving we will have a multigenerational service telling the story of Stone Soup – what happens when a community suspends disbelief and suspicion: creativity, abundance, and possibility! There are ways for all present to participate – Come dressed as a villager or find a simple costume to borrow. Plus, there might be props in the pew you sit in. The FUUSB Ensemble will sing “Crowded Table.”
We’re collecting snacks for our neighbors at Elmwood Inn. As part of our radical welcoming, alongside other community partners, please bring some snacks that will be collected as part of this service and will be passed to our neighbors. Please bring any of the following non-perishable items: granola bars, bagged nuts, individual-sized popcorn, and meat sticks.
This Sunday, toward the end of the service, we will be holding a fire drill. We look forward to practicing this set of safety skills with all of you. To reward ourselves (and to lure you into returning after the fire drill is complete), coffee hour will have special food as a pat on our back for learning and practicing.