Nov 26: Of Don John and Others

Lee ShacklefordOur speaker is our own Lee Shackleford, bringing us some family-specific thoughts on the Sunday after Thanksgiving. The title "Of Don John and Others" is a shout-out to Shakespeare fans and a hint about the adults-only topic to be examined.

 


Dec 3: CELEBRATION!

Rev. MelissaThe first thing to celebrate on this day is the triumphant return of Sunday morning adult education! Join us at 9:30am to learn more about our history as Rev. Melissa Mummert leads “Unitarian Universalism 101.” A great discussion no matter how long or short a time you’ve considered yourself “UU.”

Then at 11:00am, Rev. Melissa continues to help us kick off our month dedicated to the theme of CELEBRATION with a program in which we'll celebrate our Universalist Roots.  This is going to be a remearkable day -- be sure to be here for it!

 


Dec 10: Celebrating Failure?

Rev. MelissaOur revived program of Sunday morning adult education conitinues at 9:30am as Rev. Melissa Mummert leads “Unitarian Universalism 101.” A great discussion no matter how long or short a time you’ve considered yourself “UU.”

Then at 11:00am, Rev. Melissa challenges us to consider the prospect of Celebrating Failure. Don't miss this!

 


Dec 17: The Children's Pageant

happy starIt wouldn't be the holidays without our annual Children's Pageant. It never fails to be a sweet, funny, and memorable event. Plan to be with us!

 


 

Dec 20: Candlelight Service

candlelight Wednesday night, December 20th, we'll hold our annual Candlelight Service ... beautiful music and words of celebration! A warm and wonderful time for all of us. Make this part of your seasonal plans. The service will begin promptly at 7:00pm.

 


Change the World

change the world

Social Concerns/Social Justice Committee’s project to “CHANGE the World” for NOVEMBER and DECEMBER will benefit Family Care Center of Catawba Valley, who serves homeless families with children through an emergency residential program & support services. family care center

 Learn more about them at http://www.familycare-center.org ...

Leave your spare change (or larger donation) in our CHANGE jar in the front foyer.

We're also collecting urgently needed paper goods and canned food in the foyer bin. Thank you!


 

Covenant Groups

Covenant Groups

Covenant groups are groups of six-to-eight people who meet every two weeks to form deeper personal connections and share stories on topics of faith, core values, and universal life experiences.This form of small group ministry is an excellent way to:

- experience lived UU values and perspectives
- make a personal connection with a few members of the larger congregation
- explore your own spiritual journey in a social setting

Maybe you'd like to join one! To try one out, please contact Rev. Melissa Mummert (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or Gabriele Weinberger (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)


 

Proud to be an LGBTQ welcoming congregation

Street Address:
833 5th St. SE
Hickory, NC 28602
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 9164
Hickory, NC 28603

828-270-7826

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