SUNDAY MORNINGS

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Rainbow stole"We need not think alike to love alike." Francis David (1510-1579)

Unitarian Universalists share a commitment to "creating a heaven here on earth." We worship together, work together, and pray together.  From many strands of belief and background, we weave a single cloth of many colors.

Come share in the fellowship!

 

Unitarian Universalists believe that religious education and exploration are important for all ages. Our goal is to help young people gain knowledge and experience so that they can make informed choices about their religious life as they approach adulthood. We also believe everyone continues to learn and to make choices throughout life, and we offer opportunities for individual growth in addition to the Sunday service.
 

UUFSM POLICY: EMERGENCY CANCELLATION (updated 14 Dec 2011)

The word agape' (pronounced ah-GAH-pay) comes from a Greek word translated as “love among friends.” Early Christians in the Roman Empire celebrated and strengthened their sense of community by sharing food and eating together in each other’s homes. These meals were called Agape Feasts. For people at UUFSM in 2009–2010, an Agape Service and Brunch will be one part fellowship, one part spiritual and intellectual discussion, and one part food.

Every Sunday, we enter a sacred space for our worship service. Beautiful banners hang from the walls, and the chalice table is decorated with lovely cloths and a seasonal arrangement. This transformation doesn’t happen by magic. Members of the Chalice Guild transform a plain room into a Fellowship sanctuary each week by decorating the room and bringing a centerpiece for the chalice table. A coordinator helps oversee the schedule.  Please consider volunteering to help or to coordinate this fun and important endeavor.

Candles of Joys and Concerns

For the Fellowship, Sunday Morning worship services are the highlight of each week. Please help them happen by filling out this Interest Form. You will be contacted about schedules and how to get involved. Just click on the name of each topic below to see what's available. Thank you! NOTE: If you see the message "You have already submitted this form" and you want to edit your responses, LOG IN. Your User ID is your name, and if you don't know your password, click on REQUEST NEW PASSWORD in the login page.

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Our services generally follow a traditional Protestant format with hymns, readings from inspirational texts, and a sermon. Service Leaders include our chaplain, guest speakers, and people from the Fellowship. Sometimes, though, we dance or walk a candlelit Solstice spiral of evergreens, or discuss the meaning of love and then join the children to create Valentine's Day cards for loved ones. At the beginning of our services, we light the chalice, which has been a symbol of Unitarian Universalism since the consolidation of Unitarians and Universalists in 1961.

Sunday, 23 May 2010 -
10:30am to 11:30am
Location: 
UUFSM
20945 Great Mills Road Chesapeake Charter School Cafeteria
20653 Lexington Park , MD
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Sunday, 9 May 2010 -
10:30am to 11:30am
Location: 
UUFSM
20945 Great Mills Road Chesapeake Charter School Cafeteria
20653 Lexington Park , MD
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