Date/Time Event
10:00 am -10:30 am Zoom In to Religious Education   ,

Church in your pajamas from your bedroom.  What could be better?  Director of Religious Education Sandy Nelson invites kids (and parents) to join her online so she can hear what you’ve been up to.  Drop in via Zoom any time between 10 and 10:30 am, Sundays, before the morning service (until we’re back in the Fellowship building), and after the service, at 12 noon.  First, if you haven’t already done so, download Zoom at https://zoom.us, then log in at https://us04web.zoom.us/j/4849854310?pwd=TDhOZ1RRbGpOU1psZG9PSVEzcnNadz09
or call (669) 900-6833 and use meeting ID# 484 985 4310..  Learn more from Sandy at DRE@uufm.net.

10:30 am -11:45 am Compassion for Others   ,

There will be NO in-person attendance at Sunday services.   Watch for announcements as circumstances change.  You can participate in services virtually at https://uuma.zoom.us/j/9797400824?pwd=WjNTUldoci9VWjNtMFNsNjBsMlZTZz09.  Meeting ID: 979 740 0824. The service begins at 10:30 am, on Sunday mornings.  Find helpful information and links at http://uufm.net/zoom/.

Rev Jonalu Johnstone presents this service.  Religion writer Karen Armstrong describes compassion as “the principled determination to put ourselves into the place of the other.”  Further, she claims compassion “lies at the heart of all truly religious and ethical systems.”  Both the Jewish and Christian admonition to “Love your neighbor as yourself,” and the Dalai Lama’s proclamation, “My religion is kindness,” tell us the value of compassion.  Yet, if it were as easy as that, the world would look a lot different.  How do we nurture compassion for others in ourselves?  How do we teach it to our children?  How do we encourage and support all to be compassionate?  Our convener is Elke Lorenz at elkelorenz9@gmail.com.

 

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