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Worship Schedule


16


NOV



"Immortality of Influence" - Rev. Ann Schranz - 10:30 a.m.

Every life is precious, and every death reverberates for a very long time. This morning, we reflect on the legacies of two unrelated people who enriched our congregation. Clabe Hangan was a civil rights activist, musician, and storyteller. Nancy Hanko was a dynamic, brilliant congregation member. We will hear selections from the last CD that Clabe Hangan recorded ("Mars Market"), as well as hearing remarks from his son, Ali Hangan. We will hear poetry dedicated to her mother by Soraya Shalforoosh, whose new book is entitled "This Version of Earth." May the reverberations inspire us.

Rev. Ann Schranz



23


NOV



"Five and a Half Objects" - Rev. Ann Schranz - 10:30 a.m.

At times spirituality has been disconnected from the human senses. Author S. Brent Plate offers a worthwhile alternative approach in his book entititled "A History of Religion in 5 1/2 Objects: Bringing the Spiritual to Its Senses." We will explore ways that the senses support spiritual growth.

Rev. Ann Schranz



25


Nov



Evensong Tuesday, 7:00p.m.

Evensong at Monte Vista Unitarian Universalist Congregation


Please send me your offerings ASAP but no later than 5:00pm the day of so that I may include them in the order and as usual, your assistance in setting up is greatly appreciated.

If you are playing music please bring, if possible, lead sheets or sheet music or lyrics so that others may join in.
If you are presenting a picture or video, please send it to me ASAP at evensong@montevistauu.org
In general, if you are presenting, please show up at least 15 minutes early so that we may finish the order of service early and accommodate last minute changes.
I look forward, as always, to seeing you all.
Have a glorious day



30


NOV



"Go, As You Are!" - Rev. Czire Szabolcs, Transylvanian Unitarian minister, seminary professor, and 2014-15 Balazs Scholar, Starr King School for Ministry, Berkeley.- 10:30 a.m.

Liberals are pretty much alike everywhere: stand on the side of love, represent the countercultural opposition to oppression in society, sing songs like "Come, Come, Whoever You Are." And we are pretty serious about it. The most important things in life meet us unprepared, and we still have to respond to them. It's not the preparation, but our presence that makes the difference. So, go, go however you are and do your best -- seen from an international perspective.