March 7, 2021 – "Rethinking Miracles" - Ken Marino, Worship Leader

Our service leader, Ken Marino, leads us to reconsider the role of the miraculous in our lives. June Cerveny is the Worship Associate. Pete Kata, Pat Killian, John Seppala and Greg Maggio share the gift of music.

To join the service at 10:30 on Zoom, click:

https://zoom.us/j/92093856109?pwd=OC9MaWtRSmwrSFhDTk9aR3lZMkVwQT09
Webinar ID: 920 9385 6109    Passcode: 691062

Click here to view the recording of the Feb. 28 service. Visit our Service Archives for links to recordings of all UUFSB past online services.

Weekly Events and Special Announcements – Feb. 28-Mar. 7

Click here to see this week's events and special announcements, including the weekly calendar, service attendance, pledge status, and share-the-plate news.

Small Group Chats After Service

If you would like to talk in a small group after the service ends, please leave the service meeting a few minutes after service ends. Then click on the link below to join a new meeting in which you will be broken out into small groups:
https://zoom.us/j/92961051115?pwd=czNiekpoYWg4LzR0cXA0V2JwNnIwUT09.

RE Online Classes - 9:45-10:15 a.m.

Teachers will admit students individually into the class, so you may wish to log in a few minutes early. Please use this link to join: https://zoom.us/j/95876524843.

March 14, 2021 – “On Being Essential” - Rev. Margie Allen

Our recognition of the fact that there are certain people whose work we consider “essential” prompts a reflection on what we cannot do without and why. And our Pledge Drive begins on this Sunday!

March 21, 2021 – “Suffering” - Rev. Margie Allen

On the cusp of spring, and at the run-up to the Passover and Easter holy days, we think about the nature of suffering and its mitigation.

March 28, 2021 – “Dayenu (דַּיֵּנוּ)—It Would Have Been Enough” - Rev. Margie Allen

“Dayenu” is a lively fifteen-verse song sung at the Passover seder. It lists in order all the things God did for the Jewish people back in the day. Any one of them “would have been enough.” This morning, a reflection on the idea of sufficiency.