From Your Co-Minister, Rev. Barbara W. ten Hove One of the more challenging moments we UUs can face is the dreaded question: So what do UUs believe? This can come at any moment—at a dinner party with friends, standing in line at the grocery store, on the phone with a family member, etc. If you’re
Cedars is beginning a journey, and we would like you to be a part of it! We have been officially designated as a Welcoming Congregation for ten years. In the words of the UUA (Unitarian Universalist Association) that means that we “take intentional steps to be more welcoming and inclusive of people of all sexual orientations
February 2, 2014 Rev. Jaco B. ten Hove, co-minister Elizabeth Dorrell, worship associate We in the West see Muslims at severe odds with each other, and an overview of the distinctions between these two rival denominations might help us better understand how this religion can be so violently divided. UPCOMING SERVICES Feb. 9 — Choices
Cedars annual mid-year Congregational Meeting will be held Sunday, January 26th, starting at 11:30 after the service. We will be celebrating the one year anniversary of our weekday home at Cedars UU Center. We will also hear an updated financial report, preliminary plans for the 3 year budgeting process, and an update on our “Gathering
The Spirituality Book Group will now meet at 7 p.m. on the 3rd Friday of odd-numbered months. Our book for March 21 is God Revised: How Religion Must Evolve in a Scientific Age by Galen Guengerich (senior minister of NYC’s All Souls Unitarian Church). The book for May 16 is, Teilhard: The Man, the Priest, the Scientist (1977—buy used) by Mary and Ellen Lukas.