St. Cloud Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
10:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 3: “Authentic Leadership” — Judy Litterst
As we yearn for leaders to shepherd our communities and our country toward humane action, openness, and interdependence, the philosophy of authentic Leadership certainly provides guidance. Emerging from the Shambala Institute in Nova Scotia where Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche felt the teachings of wisdom and compassion could contribute to the development of sane society the world would need, the Center for Authentic Leadership at Naropa University in Boulder, CO, has trained hundreds of individuals like ourselves to be authentic leaders. Judy Litterst, Professor Emerita at St. Cloud State University will share her experience with us. She sees this topic as very aligned with the St. Cloud Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s Vision, Mission, and Covenant.
Please join us for Soup and Bread following the service. Visitors be our guests!
10:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 10: “Sharing Music”
Join the Fellowship’s music group as we share music from adults and children in our Fellowship, and celebrate Valentine’s Day at this inter-generational service.
10:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 17: “On the Edge” — Sara Smalley, UU Minister
An authentic spiritual awakening isn’t always rainbows and sunshine; rather, moments of profound transformation are often born out of uncertainty and change. During this service we will explore what joy, loss, grief, and hope have in common, and what that means for religious communities.
10:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 24: “Understanding the Aging Process” — Phyllis Greenberg, SCSU
Our presenter is a professor of Gerontology at St. Cloud State University. She will be addressing the topic of finding meaning in the aging process.
|Emergency Notification Plan|
When it is necessary to cancel a Sunday Service due to inclement weather or other unsafe conditions, we will:
1. Send a message to everyone on the email distribution list, and when possible, post on the Fellowship website www.uufstcloud.org and Facebook page.
2. Notify WJON Radio, AM1240, by phone to request that the cancellation be announced on air and on their website: http://wjon.com/category/closings/
3. Call individual members who have requested to be contacted by phone. This option is for members who don't have ready access to email, internet, or WJON radio.
4. If unable to accomplish 1 and 2, make phone calls to the entire directory list.
When in doubt about the weather or the event, members should check for an email or radio message of cancellation. Use common sense and stay home if weather or road conditions look bad.