Sunday services begin at 10:00am in the Sanctuary.
Worship Topics for June 2018
June 3 Choir Sunday
Music Director Raymond Elliott and the UUCCWC Choir
The choir offers their annual service of diverse music and readings. This year we reflect on the very relevant topic of “diversity.” Expect to learn, to laugh, to be moved, and to be inspired.
June 10 Bridging and Transitions Sunday
Reverend Christine Riley and Sandi Carner, RE Coordinator
This morning we gather to mark the important transitions in the lives of our children and youth with our Annual RE Transitions and Bridging Sunday. Here at UUCCWC we are proudly an inclusive intergenerational faith community. Sharing this time confirms that we truly do welcome All Ages. These uniquely UU Rites for children and youth support them
in feeling seen and wanted here. These children and youth are our future UU leaders and they greatly value our support in their UU Religious Education journey.
This year we also will be celebrating the long RE ministry of Sandi Carner, our RE Coordinator, as she steps down from this position. Her kind and warm embrace of all our RE children and families has supported us in growing our All-Ages fellowship over the past several years. She will be honored during our Worship and at a post-Worship Celebration. Come to express your gratitude to Sandi as we enjoy live music, ice cream and a Special Program. Save this date to be with us as we rejoice in all that Sandi has blessed us with so abundantly and in so very many ways!
June 17 Here Comes the Sun
Washington County Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (WCCUUPS)
For thousands of years people have celebrated the longest day of the year. It has only been since 1910 that we have celebrated Father’s Day. Both holidays fall between June 19 and June 22 so we share with you today the connections between Summertime, Father’s Day and the Divine Masculine. Merry Summer!
June 24 A non-Believer’s Search: How the Bible Can Have Meaning for a Die-Hard Atheist
Reverend Emily Champagne
Reverend Emily Champagne will focus on the spiritual pull of the New Testament’s gospel stories about Jesus and the teachings attributed to him.