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The Courage to Fail

Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes, Worship Leader
It takes courage to face failure, to admit, even to ourselves that we have fallen short. Can we
muster the courage to turn failure into opportunity? Join us as we explore the remarkable power
failure has to change our whole lives for the better.

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The Sacred and the Scared

When our animal brains light up with fight or flight responses triggered by anxiety or fear stimuli, we count on our more rational thoughts to sort out the real from the imaginary. But with an eager 24-hour news cycle press, fear-based political rhetoric, and the warnings of weather and
science all clamoring for a piece of our fear, what can we do to challenge these innate responses?
This Sunday, you’re invited to an exploration of our fears and the courage it takes to channel
and transcend them.

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Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes

What would it look like to have the courage to boldly live and claim our faith? What is lost when we do not?  Join us as we explore what’s at the core of our liberal religious tradition and why it takes courage to live it.

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Opening Sunday for our community begins with a water communion.  Join us for an intergenerational service.  Please bring a small sample of water from your summer – be it from the tap, a recent rain, a lake, a brook, or even tears as we gather together again in love.

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Love’s Response to Hate

Recently we have watched hate descend upon a hurting nation and our tender planet. How do we respond?  We seek ways to confront hate, full on, with love and integrity.

 

 

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Join us for an all-generations celebration of fathers and flowers.  Please bring a flower or two to share for this beautiful and uniquely Unitarian Universalist ritual of flower communion.

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High School and Middle School Youth

Journey with our young people as we explore their adventures as close as our Neighboring Faiths and as far as Nicaragua.

“Help us to be immune from doubts, notions and illusions which shroud our heart and prevent us from exploring the hidden mysteries.”

                                                   ~Sufi prayer

 

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May 28, 2017 – Memorial Day: Ancestors Honored and Embodied   

Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes, Worship Leader

By our very existence we embody our ancestors.  Let’s gather to honor those that have gone before with a service of reflection on those things handed down to us by those who have passed.

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Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes and Meredith Flynn, Worship Leaders

We do not raise our children alone.  We at Starr King UU Fellowship partner with parents to provide spiritual guidance that helps raise kind, thoughtful, and loving children.  Join us for an all-generations Religious Education Recognition Sunday as we celebrate the gifts people, of all ages, have offered one another this year.

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