St. Cloud Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

October, 2018





10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 7: Laundry Love—Nancy Dyson
 
Nancy will be telling us about the Tri-County Homeless Alliance program, Laundry Love, which provides free laundry services to area homeless and working poor people. She will also tell us about the Tiny House movement and the future shower truck. Our Social Justice Committee will be sponsoring Laundry Love this year. You are welcome to bring items they need including: laundry soap, dryer sheets, quarters and disposable diapers. Thank you.

Children’s Religious Education: Predator/Prey Relationships with Linda Peck

Mice living in a meadow don't want to be caught by hawks, BUT hawks need to eat and LOVE mice.  Over time what will happen to the number of mice and the number of hawks in the meadow?  CRE youth will run an experiment to find out.  If time, they'll also solve a puzzle challenge.

Soup and Bread will be served following the service.


10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 14:  Understanding the Culture of White Supremacy—Pastor Danny Givens, MUUSJA* Statewide Organizer

The term "white supremacy" has found resurgence in the mainstream narratives of racial justice work. Many progressive/liberal justice seekers are unaware of the ways in which the culture of white supremacy is present in our congregations. In this sermon Pastor Danny will define, identify, and unpack white supremacy culture, characteristics, and explore antidotal approaches to address such. *MN UU Social Justice Alliance

 
10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 21: “To Light a Lamp and To Curse the Darkness”, Malcolm Nazareth
 
The times in which we live call for constructive action that will bring hope and enhance our quality of life. At the same time, we also need penetrating insight into the self-destructive movements that could potentially lead to the annihilation of our planet. We must denounce negative forces while also keeping hope and joy alive. How can we maintain this balance?


10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 28: Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
 
This is a Latinx (the new preferred way to refer to Latinas/Latinos) celebration which honors loved ones who have died. Today we will join our Latinx neighbors as we remember our own loved ones who have gone before us. *Please bring a picture or a memento of a loved one who has passed on. Together, we will decorate our Offrenda with these items.









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