Sunday services are at 10:30 am. unless otherwise indicated.
Once again, as summer begins to close, we take 'church' into the great outdoors. Join us for a hike at 11 a.m. followed by a picnic lunch at noon, all at the Cowan-Weber cottage, 590 Descente 14, off Cedarville Rd. in Ogden. Phone 819-349-8569 for details, or if you find yourself lost. Car pooling departure from UUEstrie at 10:05. Maps available at UUEstrie. If you need a ride, or can offer one, please email email@example.com or call 819-842-4146 as soon as possible.
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PURPOSE OF MEETING: Decision on proposed capital expenditures, including (1) Roof, tower, and front door, (2) Attic insulation, attic window repairs, ceiling fan and lighting in attic, and (3) Hand railing leading from street to church door at lower level. The meeting should be happy and short! Upstairs, in Avery Booth Hall. Full details are available from firstname.lastname@example.org or 819-842-4146, or on a flyer available in Avery Booth Hall.
Join us for an evening of food, friends and fun together. Beverages will be provided - coffee, tea, juice. Please bring a dish to share. Afterward, we will have a discussion on a parenting topic. Child care will be provided. This will be part of a series which we would like to have once per month. All are welcome! Please RSVP and send your suggestion for a topic to Amanda Hillenburg (amanda.hillenburg @ gmail.com), Rev. Carole Martignacco (revcarole @ uuestrie.ca) or Jane Gowman (wildflowersgrowing @ hotmail.com)
Downstairs, in Stoddard Hall
An invitation to all to participate in sharing a bit of water (collected in a small bottle this summer) which represents a place or a memory of significance.
Back in Minnesota, a favourite restaurant called itself "Polly's Slow Food." Countering the growing demand for "fast food", they advertised as a welcoming place to take a break, come in out of the rush and relax, savour the flavours of a meal carefully prepared in good company. Out of the rush of living, how do we make meaning and find a deep sense of belonging?
Haiku is a Japanese form of short poetry. Angela Leuck has authored five books of haiku. She began writing haiku 17 years ago. Her son had just been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome. She will give a taste of her haiku journey, and, after the service, a taste of her sushi too.
An interfaith service celebrating the harvest season, drawing from the Jewish tradition, with guests from Montreal and elsewhere.
Join us for our annual Thanksgiving service at the historic Huntingville Universalist Church, Rte 147, in Huntingville. The plate collection will go towards the maintenance of the Huntingville Universalist Church building.
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Rev. Rich Forcier lives in Portland, Maine. He is former minister at the First Church in Barre (VT,) Universalist and a frequent and favourite visitor to our pulpit.
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