This Week at FMUU:
Who are we really? Seven UU values and beyond.
Rev. Karen Van Fossan
Thanks to the influence of Indigenous people within and beyond our UU tradition, we are finding a language of "values" to help us understand what it means to be a UU, as well as what it might mean to be human. Our Seven UU Principles are, in their essence, a key statement of values. But what do they actually mean? Where do they come from? Could we add one? Subtract? Start over? This Sunday we will kick off a year-long series on the Seven UU Principles (or Values) beginning with where where we got them and where we might go from here.
FMUU Church is ONLINE
In response to COVID-19 protocols, we are not meeting in our building until further notice. However, Sunday
at 11 a.m. is still time for church, so we are meeting on Zoom. (Room opens at 10:30 a.m.)
You will need a computer, tablet or smart phone and internet access/web browser to join. Using video is definitely preferred if you can. Audio only works too, especially if you don’t have much bandwidth (internet power).
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"Love is the spirit of this church, and service its law.
This is our great covenant: To dwell together in peace,
To seek the truth in love, And to help one another."
- James Vila Blake