Monthly Archives: May 2017

Happening May 31 – June 6

Want to know what’s happening in your Beloved Community this week? Find all the details here! This list is not inclusive of all the activities taking place at UCN this week — it is only a list of activities outside of Sunday morning’s worship service open to Members, Friends, and/or the Public. For a full calendar, … Continued

June 2: Environmental Forum

The Unitarian Church of Norfolk’s Environmental Priority Group, a subcommittee of the Social Justice Committee, will host an evening with the City of Norfolk’s Chief Resilience Officer, Christine Morris. She will be giving a talk at 7 p.m. in the second floor Curtis Room of the congregation’s building at 739 Yarmouth St., Norfolk, on Friday, June … Continued

26 May Minister Moment

Some weeks I get to devote this column to one thing, perhaps theology or a long range idea. Not this week. There are lots of things going on, and everyone is planning for June! Perhaps your life is full of school assemblies, summer planning, etc. Our numbers on Sunday will be lower due to the … Continued

Happening May 24 – 30

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19 May Minister Moment

Tibetan monks spent a week creating a sand mandala on the carpet of the sanctuary at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Richmond. Then, last Saturday, they destroyed it. At this week’s Ministers and Directors of Religious Education meeting, First UU’s staff shared stories of monks creating the circular artwork one grain of colorful sand at … Continued

Happening May 17 – 23

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12 May Minister Moment

This month’s theme is “Trust”… and we begin with “Trust Your Mother” this Sunday… a service which may be emotional for some of us. Bring a handkerchief and also be ready to smile. Relationships between mothers, stepmothers, foster mothers and mothers-of-choice and their children can be very tough. Remembering very good times, living with separation, … Continued