|Several of the monthly themes from Soul Matters this year are based on the new Values statement voted on for a year of study from the UUA General Assembly. ‘Generosity’ is one of the core values listed in the document set to replace the current Principles and Purposes statement. Let’s consider this value together. (Today is a “First Sunday” with workshops for all ages following the worship.)|
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Meeting ID: 979 8969 6520
Phone: +1 929 205 6099
Order of Service: uubinghamton.org/order-of-service/
First Sunday Workshops 11:15AM
“Storytelling Around the Campfire” with Monika Fridrich Join us around the campfire in our backyard Children’s Garden (or by our indoor fireplace if it’s rainy). Tap into your inner storyteller and share a story around October’s theme of Heritage and Roots. Let’s celebrate the Day of the Dead with stories shared through generations and across nations.
“Faith in Action: Bean Soup Prep” with Heather Kirkland in the Fireside Lobby. Join us in preparing our traditional wine bottle soup kits, to be sold as a fund-raiser for the Adopt-A-Family holiday program.
“Chalice Circles” with Rev. Douglas Taylor and Commissioned Lay Minister Jeff Donahue. Join Douglas and Jeff and learn about Chalice Circles, the “Soul Matters” version of Small Group Ministry. This session will be held both live in the Chapel and broadcast via Zoom.