Please Join Us Sunday Morning, August 11, for Coffee and Fellowship at 10:30; Service at 11:00
Join us this Sunday morning for coffee and fellowship at 10:30; Service at 11:00. Child care available during Service
We are a growing, lay-led religious community of diverse individuals. We offer reverent services, stimulating learning, social concerns, and a welcoming community. We meet Sunday mornings for coffee and fellowship at 10:30; Service at 11:00 at The Camelia House, 709 Jefferson Blvd., Lafayette. MAP
AUGUST 11 UULALA Monthly Theme: PRAYER AND MEDITATION
PRAYER WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO YOU?
Please join us this Sunday morning as Fellowship Services Committee Chairman, Morris Hoagland, introduces our August theme: prayer and meditation. Morris will explore what prayer means to each of us.
As Unitarian Universalists, prayer can sometimes remind us of former religious affiliations and doctrines that are no longer at the forefront of our spiritual lives. But UU congregations hold space for prayer of all description as we seek our own spiritual truth.
F. Morris Hoagland, P.E. is a past President of the Board for the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Lafayettie, current chairperson of the UULALA Services Committee and member of the Board of Rock Creek R&D, a spiritual enlightenment organization. He is a frequent presenter of service topics for the Fellowship. Morris has studied spiritual traditions from around the world over his 40-year professional career. He brings a broad perspective to our dialog. He is an eternal optimist that sees the Creator in everything around us.
Do you have an announcement for our Sunday Order of Service? Please submit your notice no later than Friday at 5 PM by emailing the information to Scott Ferguson: email@example.com
UULALA 2nd Thursday Movie Night August 8
UULALA Movie Night for the 2nd Thursday of August, August 8, will be the 2012 comedy/drama "Frances Ha."
This story follows a New York woman, who doesn't really have an apartment. She apprentices for a dance company although she's not really a dancer, and throws herself headlong into her dreams. One bit of trivia important to us:the lead actress in the movie, Greta Gerwig, was raised as a UU. In the Fall 2013 issue, UU World published an interview with her: "Greta Gerwig, UU film star"