Being Mortal: A Deeper Perspective
The Rev. Cynthia A. Frado
As a prelude to our book discussion which will follow the service, and to the three Wednesday evening information sessions beginning March 29, this morning’s sermon will begin to explore some of the truths that our mortality offers us for deeper consideration and reflection. Come and be empowered for your journey!
The Unitarian Universalist Society of Amherst (UUSA) enters a new phase this year!
March Dedicated Offering for The Kestrel Land Trust
Kestrel Land Trust has a mission of conserving and caring for land as well as nurturing a love of the land. On March 19, as we anticipate the coming of spring, we have a wonderful opportunity to learn more about stewardship of the land, get involved, and thank the Kestrel Trust for all that they do.
- Small Group Ministry: Small Group Opportunities!
- Board Starts Seeking Search Committee Candidates in March
- Special Congregational Meeting on Search Committee on Sunday March 12
- Musings from the Interim Minister’s Inkwell: Turning the Corner on Winter and the Interim Process
- UUSA Board Announces Formation of Legacy Circle
- Coming of Age has exciting plans for the new year
- Stone Soup Bazaar & Cafe Successful!
- Play: Mariposa & The Saint -- Ending Prolonged Solitary Confinement
- Book Discussion: Being Mortal by Atul Gawande
- Thoughtful Endings: A Three-Part Series About End-of-Life Issues
- 03/29/2017 - 04/12/2017
- Healing and Reconciliation After War
- Women's Luncheon
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