Sunday, July 1, 2018 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Fellowship Hall
In our fractured society, a Unitarian Universalist congregation can be both a sanctuary for the deepening of human connection and a constellation of hope embodying the world we dream about.  This service will explore how we can connect the dots, both within our congregation and beyond, and in so doing, nurture our spirits and help to heal the world. William Levwood, UUFWS member and recently called minister in the UU Church of Tallahassee FL, will co-lead the service with his partner Lauraina Levwood, who recently completed her first year of seminary at the Divinity School at Wake Forest University. An ice cream social to wish William, Lauraina and Haya bon voyage will follow the service on this, their last Sunday in Winston-Salem.
Sunday, July 8, 2018 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Fellowship Hall
What do Unitarian Universalists do when several thousand of them gather? Study, worship, protest, and of course vote. Rev. Lisa is freshly back from the UU General Assembly, and she’ll report back on the latest thought and action from our larger body of faith.
Sunday, July 15, 2018 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Fellowship Hall
Over the past year, we have seen women and more than a few men say "enough" to misogyny, sexual violence, and a culture that devalues half the population. What does it mean to not only have, but promote a new vision of a world that no longer needs #metoo? Our guest speaker the Rev. Kimberley Debus works as a community minister in the Capital Region of New York State, inspiring congregations to more artful and art-filled worship, congregational life, and public witness. In addition to her community ministry, she is an adjunct consultant with the Central East Region. She has previously served the First Universalist Church of Southold on Long Island and One Island Family UU Congregation in Key West.
Sunday, July 22, 2018 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Fellowship Hall
This is the annual Question Box sermon in which Rev. Lisa will take questions from the congregation and attempt to answer them on the spot. What dilemmas and quandaries have been bugging you? What mysteries and impossible dreams keep you awake, or get you going? Bring them to this service (it’s also OK to send ‘em in advance, to revlisa@uufws.org).
Sunday, July 29, 2018 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Fellowship Hall
Dr. James Campbell will speak on the racist origins of the "war on drugs."