Sunday Service Schedule

Unitarian Universalists claim no statement of doctrine. We believe there is no one right way to lead a religious or spiritual life. We value each individual’s spiritual journey, and believe in reason, freedom, equality, and love. Join us as we gather in community, seeking peace and justice for all persons.

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 September 2017

September 3: Susan Trotter will lead this service on The Color Green, and how it surrounds and influences our lives.

September 10: is an Open Readings service, led by Roberta Price.  Bring readings, art work, music – whatever you would like to share.  Open Readings can be some of our most special services.

September 17: renews a UU tradition.  Led by members of the program committee, the Ingathering, or Homecoming, service marks the end of summer, when friends and members return from their summer activities. This service includes the Mingling of the Waters ritual, also called Water Ceremony or Water Communion.  Participants bring waters from their travels, geographic or spiritual, as we come together at the end of summer.  It is a UU way to witness both to the elemental things and to the spiritual quality of life.

September 24: Open Reading service, led by Donna Beaumont. Please bring readings, art work, music – whatever you would like to share.  Open Readings can be some of our most special services.  Please join us as we gather in fellowship.

 October 2017

October 1:  Please join us for  an Open Readings service, led by Roberta Price.  Bring readings, art work, music – whatever you would like to share.  Open Readings can be some of our most special services.

October 8: This service will be led by Nina Peacock. Reminder: Field trip on Saturday Oct 14– “African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis” at Missouri History Museum. See Events page for details.

October 15:  Please join us for an Open Readings service, led by Roberta Price.  Bring readings, art work, music – whatever you would like to share.  Open Readings can be some of our most special services.

October 22:  This service will be led by a special guest:  Social Justice Interest Group hosts a visit from Rev. Scott Aaseng, Executive Director, Unitarian Universalist Action Network Illinois.  Following the service and a potluck lunch, Rev Aaseng will lead a conversation for those interested in expanding social justice action opportunities in the Mt. Vernon area.

October 29: this service will be led by Mike DeVilbiss.

Please join us after Sunday services for coffee and conversation.

Mt. Vernon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, at 1600 Isabella Ave.  in Mt. Vernon, embraces diversity and liberal religious thought.   Lay-led services are held at 10 am every Sunday; the service is followed by a social hour.  Everyone is welcome to this gathering of community which seeks peace and justice for all persons.

~Services with no designated leader will be Open Readings services.~

 

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