Lake Fellowship

of Unitarian Universalists

Program

Possibilities as a spiritual practice

Being open to possibilities can become a spiritual practice that welcomes others beliefs while being brave enough to share our unique possibilities. This sentiment will be the focus of today's service. 
Terry Anderson is happy to have found Lake Fellowship within a few weeks of moving to the cities. She thanks all for such a warm welcome and is very grateful for the opportunity and chance to share her message on possibilities with us.

Date: 
01/13/2019 - 10:30am

Possibilities I never imagined

Mary Oliver offers these words ”keep room in your heart for the unimaginable.“ Today’s service will explore how holding possibilities in our hearts opens us to growth and change. 
Terry Anderson is happy to have found Lake Fellowship within a few weeks of moving to the cities. She thanks all for such a warm welcome and is very grateful for the opportunity and chance to share her message on possibilities with us.

Date: 
01/06/2019 - 10:30am

The Mystery of Music

December's theme is Mystery. Lead by LFUU member and musicologist, Dr. Matthew Tift, today's program explores the mystery of music. How do we tell the "good" music from the "bad"? How is it that some music seems to penetrate the soul, while other music makes us want to run away? Is music a kind of language awating interpretation, or is it simply the case that music is "ineffable" (indescribable), and that any attempt to uncover hidden meaning is doomed to failure?

Date: 
12/16/2018 - 10:30am

Memory Program 2

November's program theme is Memory. from a spiritual perspective, memory is not just about holding pictures of the past in our head; it's also about holding on to our core values. There's a reason we say, "I need to remember who I am." Indeed, this has long been the way UUs think about church. Church, for us, is the place where we come to remember who we area.

Date: 
11/18/2018 - 10:30am

Memory Program 1

November's program theme is Memory. from a spiritual perspective, memory is not just about holding pictures of the past in our head; it's also about holding on to our core values. There's a reason we say, "I need to remember who I am." Indeed, this has long been the way UUs think about church. Church, for us, is the place where we come to remember who we area.

Date: 
11/11/2018 - 10:30am

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