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Upcoming Services

All Services Start at 10:30 AM

 

Sunday, January 10: Theology as Autobiography: Awakening to What Was There All Along, Rev. Dr. George Kimmich Beach, a. k. a. Kim

The sermon is the second part of a series, “The Jacob’s Ladder of an Examined Faith,” reflecting on personal stories of awakening to a life-changing sense of transcendence. Perhaps you’ve had such an experience yourself! After the first sermon in the series, “Theology as the Quest for a Faith Worth Having,” was given last February, the second and third parts were postponed due to the pandemic. You can view the first part of the series here: https://vimeo.com/395330467

Sunday, January 17: Listening to One Another, Rev. Russ Savage

We often say to someone who has spoken to us, “I hear you.” But do we really hear what the other has to say? Listening is an important skill which we can improve upon with effort. Truly listening to the other is especially important in these divisive times in which we are living.

Sunday, January 24: Virtual Fellowship Service

Tune into ZOOM with something to share. Offer anything from the inspiring to the mundane or ridiculous; or perhaps share a short poem or quotation that you found meaningful this week.

This service is a time to check in with our friends during this pandemic.

Sunday, January 31: “Theology as Autobiography: Awakening to What Was There All Along”, Presented by the Rev. Dr. George Kimmich Beach, a. k. a. Kim.

The sermon is the second part of a series, “The Jacob’s Ladder of an Examined Faith,” reflecting on personal stories of awakening to a life-changing sense of transcendence. Perhaps you’ve had such an experience yourself!

After the first sermon in the series, “Theology as the Quest for a Faith Worth Having,” was given last February, the second and third parts were postponed due to the pandemic. You can view the first part of the series here: https://vimeo.com/395330467

February’s theme is COURAGE.

Sunday, February 7: We Need Dr. King Now, Rev. Russ Savage.

In this Black History Month, we remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the courage he displayed throughout his life. How we could use his courage and example now! Our new administration faces an uphill task to restore decency and understanding to our country. Let us think about what Dr. King might have done, and what we can do.

Sunday, February 14: Virtual Fellowship Service

Tune into ZOOM with something to share. Offer anything from the inspiring to the mundane or ridiculous; or perhaps share a short poem or quotation that you found meaningful this week.

This service is a time to check in with our friends during this pandemic.

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All are welcome. Entrance is the stairs/ramp on the right as you face the building. A social hour follows the service. Contributions of finger food are welcome. Dress is casual.

An adult is available on request to provide care for your infant or toddler during the service. If your child is restless, feel free to move to the comfortable lounge area through the double wooden doors.


Our Sunday Services are held at Hearthstone School
11576 Lee Hwy, Sperryville, 22740 
Please enter up the ramp on the West (right) side of the Building

Rev. Russ Savage, Minister, minister@uubridge.org
James Hanover, Board President, president@uubridge.org
Bet Jones, Treasurer & Bookkeeper, treasurer@uubridge.org
Brittany Roy, Religious Exploration Chair, re@uubridge.org
Brittany Roy, Outreach Coordinator, outreach@uubridge.org


To check on service cancellations from inclement weather, dial 1-540-227-3037, then press 0.
Information will be posted by 7 a.m. Sunday.

Our telephone number: (540) 227-3037