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We would love to meet you! Join us on Sunday for services at 9:30 am and 11:00 am. Sit where you like, get settled, and say “Hi” to your neighbor. Dress ranges from shorts to coat and tie; khakis and jeans are common. Services are just over an hour and are followed by fellowship in the Social Hall. There, you’ll find coffee, tea, conversation, our Welcome Team, and our UUCA Bookstore. Be sure to take a visitor packet from the Welcome Table for a range of information about Unitarian Universalism and takeaways like pens and magnets.
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Sermon Series: Virtues of Humanism
February 9 – March 1
One major strand of Unitarian Universalism draws from the influence of Humanism on our faith’s historical trajectory, informed by the Humanist Manifesto signed by many UU leaders and ministers in 1933. As human history has evolved, the manifesto’s initial faith in human progress was tested and interrogated in the wake of World War II, and so came a second edition, and finally, a Third Humanist Manifesto in 2003. Pulling from the three Manifestos, we will examine the virtues of humanism and their impact on Unitarian Universalism and our lives today.
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