Like many Unitarian congregations, Lake Fellowship UU has suspended face-to-face programming until further notice and the building itself is closed. There will not be programs, activities or rental of our building for the foreseeable future. We will announce updates and changes to this plan as they become available. Lake Fellowship UU will continue meeting virtually.
During the month of February we investigate what it means to act as a person, and a community, of intention. The programs, led by Matthew Tift, explore the relevance of three kinds of intention for Unitarian Universalists: intention as doing (Feb. 11), intention as plans (Feb. 18), and intention as belief (Feb. 25). The categories serve as only as a guide, and we welcome intentional diversions.
Living with intention requires a certain degree of faith that living with intention will lead to positive results. For example, when we act with kindness we do so out of the belief that cultivating kindness is a worthwhile pursuit. This week we will examine our own beliefs, their origin, and their usefulness.