Archived Services – Only Three in 2019

January 27th, 2019

“Fantastic Faith”

Ms. Connie Goodbread

Connie Goodbread, pulpit guest. Rev. Scott Alexander will conduct the service. Ms. Goodbread writes: “What are the foundations of our faith? Are we a religion or a philosophy? What is the burning value at our core, the deepest reason why? How are we different? Are we different? What is worship to us? In what do we have faith? What is it we serve? What is worth living for? What does the world need us to be?” There will be a Q and A session at 11:30 in the Sanctuary. Connie Goodbread is the acting Co-Lead of the UUA Southern Region, and is a senior UUA executive and thought-leader. She is in her fourteenth year as UUA field staff and has served in three regions of our association. Connie studied healthy congregation development and congregational conflict identification and transformation with Rev. Dr. Peter Steinke. She has co-authored an emerging congregation process, redesigned and leads the Dwight Brown Leadership Experience and Southern Unitarian Universalist Leadership Experience. Connie has written two theme based Small Group Ministry programs and a conflict process called Pathfinder.

February 3rd, 2019

Reverend Dr. Bruce Marshal

“Finding Meaning and Spirit in Aging”

“On this Sunday when we officially welcome our many new members, the Rev. Dr. Bruce Marshall, author of the best-selling UUA book In Later Years: Finding Meaning and Spirit in Aging, will deliver the message. The day before–Saturday, February 2–Rev. Marshall will be leading a workshop on the same important subject in the Fellowship Hall, for which you can sign up on the rolling cart. Rev. Marshall (who has been a friend of mine for more than 40 years) was ordained into the UU ministry in 1975. He has ably served congregations in New York, Ohio, Maryland and Tennessee, and is known for his thoughtful and provocative writing and preaching. You will not want to miss this Sunday at UUFVB, regardless of your age!”

November 25th, 2019

Reverend Reverend Scott Alexander

“Interfaith Thanksgivings Service”

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