WAYFARING: SUMMER 2014 SERVICES
Can you recall a moment in your life when something unexpected happened that changed you in some measurable or unmeasurable way? When you found yourself taking “the road less traveled?” The theme for this summer’s lay led services is wayfaring. Over the course of the summer members of the fellowship will discuss those moments in their lives or in the life of Long Island that made a difference in the journey of their lives.
August 24 – "Take Me with You" – Rev. Margie Allen
Rev. Margie closes out the Summer Sunday Service Series on “Wayfaring” in collaboration with Herstory youth writers. Learning to tell the story of your journey in a way that dares others to come along, blazes a new trail through your history that shapes both way and wayfarer anew.
August 31 – "The Faith Of A UU" – John Seppala
John Seppala will offer thoughts on how we as UUs approach the concept of faith differently from the mainline "standard orthodoxy" churches.
September 7 – "Here Comes the Sun" – Rev. Margie Allen
Group Photo, Worship Service, All Congregation Barbeque
This Homecoming Sunday we celebrate the installation of our solar panel array and begin to prepare for our participation in the People’s International Climate March on September 21st.
September 14 – "Fever" – Rev. Margie Allen
Immediate global action on the issue of climate change is imperative. Unitarian Universalists are joining with collaborators to make this year the year history records as the turning point. Please join Margie and others after the service for sign and banner making in preparation for the following Sunday’s Climate March.
September 21 – People’s Climate March (http://peoplesclimate.org/march/) – Rev. Margie Allen
We are making an unprecedented request to the UUFSB community that all adults, youth and children who are able plan to travel into NYC to participate in this critical and, we hope, historic March. We march and speak for our Earth and all the life she sustains to the 7th generation and beyond. Our Sunday service IS the People’s Climate March. Those who cannot march with us in the city will join visitors in a service of readings, meditation, music and intermittent video from the March.