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Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Southern Maryland
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This week's Worship Service

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  • The Travelers, a Sharing Circle focused on spiritual discussion and building deeper connections with each other, meets twice a month in the evenings at members' homes.

    To facilitate the deep listening involved in Sharing Circles, this group is limited to a maximum of 8 members. New Sharing Circles are started periodically.  If you are interested in being in a Sharing Circle, please contact Judy Osborn.

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  • This group meets once per month on Saturday for discussions that deepen spiritual awareness and provide opportunity for supportive fellowship. The format includes readings on a pertinent spiritual topic.

  • Autobiographical Spiritual Odyssey
    Autobiographical Spiritual Odyssey

    BYOT guides participants through case studies, group sharing and introspective exercises aimed at self evaluation of one's beliefs and how they may have evolved over time. The facilitator attempts to provide a safe place for open sharing and exploration while also moving the group through the material for each session. Many UUs find that they want to periodically revisit and may re-enroll in BYOT multiple times as years go by.

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Classes this Sunday


[field_group] - Celebrating Me and My World: I Can Remember
Sunday, 25 February 2018 -
10:30am to 11:30am
| (Children's Class Session)

Many young children have uncomfortable associations with the word "remember" because adults use this word to remind them about what they are or aren't supposed to do. Giving them positive experiences to associate with the concept of remembering will improve their self-confidence.

[field_group] - Spirit Play: Signs of Welcome
Sunday, 25 February 2018 -
10:30am to 11:30am
| (Children's Class Session)

Signs of Our Faith Curriculum
Welcoming others is a sign of our Unitarian Universalist faith. In this session, the children hear a story based on a Hawaiian tale in which Pele, the goddess of fire, visits two families in disguise to teach a lesson of welcoming. They sing and discuss "Come, Come, Whoever, You Are," a popular Unitarian Universalist hymn based on words of the Sufi mystic, Rumi. Participants share personal experiences and brainstorm ways to make the group welcoming and accessible to everyone.
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