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Sunday, November 14, 10:30am – Rev. Terry Sweetser: “What Are You Reading?”

On a sweltering August afternoon in 1789, Maturin Ballou saw his son deeply engrossed in a book. He asked, “What are you reading?” With sweat pouring off his brow, Hosea replied, “A Universalist book.” “No wonder you’re hot; the hellfires are singeing you.”  The Ballou family fled France and England to Providence, Rhode Island, a …

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SUUS Book Group

November Book Group News

The Book Group will be meeting at SUUS in the Fellowship Hall on Wednesday, November 17th at 3pm to discuss the current UU Common read,  BREATHE, A Letter To My Sons by Imani Perry. Please contact Irene Roman with any questions.

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WATCH: “Begin Again in Love”, Rev. Megan Lloyd Joiner, Sunday, Nov. 7 Worship Service

CREDITS FOR MUSIC AND MEDITATION: #123 Spirit of LifeCreated in dedication to the Dominican Sisters of Hope 2013 Jubilarians. Music: Spirit of Life is written by Carolyn McDade Sung by the Orange County Unitarian Universalist Choir. Pictures can be found on Google Images #1031 Filled with Loving KindnessFrom “Singing The Journey” #1031 Traditional Buddhist Meditation Adapted – Mark W. …

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Sunday, November 7, 10:30am: “Begin Again in Love” – Rev. Megan Lloyd Joiner

With so many tragedies around us, is compassion sometimes difficult to extend?  The Dalai Lama tells us compassion is necessary for humanity to survive.  Rev. Megan Lloyd Joiner will help us reflect on and offer compassion – not only for others, but for ourselves.  Rev. Joiner has completed a two-year fellowship in Compassion-Centered Spiritual Health …

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November/December Share the Plate: Covenant to Care

It’s that time of year again when e Share our Plate with the Connecticut Alliance of Foster and Adoptive Families, otherwise fondly known as Covenant to Care, to help families in Connecticut have happy holidays in November and December. In addition to sharing the donations to the plate for the month, we will also collect gift cards to grocery stores and businesses. If you wish to donate gift …

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