Sunday, June 25, 2017 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Fellowship Hall
We live with uncertainty and mutability, though not all of us are comfortable with those companions in life. How do ambiguities and unpredictability affect our spiritual lives? How might forms of spirituality help us cope with the small- and large-scale changes that are a part of living?
Sunday, July 2, 2017 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Fellowship Hall
What value do trees offer for our spiritual well-being? In what ways might we be informed by some of the many sources of tree-worship through the ages? Anne Murray, a tree-lover from way back, will attempt to answer these and related questions in the service devoted to the beauty of trees. There’s NO RELIGIOUS EDUCATION on this holiday weekend; plan to stay after the service for a family friendly hot dog lunch on the lawn!
Sunday, July 9, 2017 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Fellowship Hall
This has been an historic year for Unitarian Universalism, with some high-profile resignations and hard institutional truths to grapple with — and the year’s just half over. Rev. Lisa will have recently returned from General Assembly where, among other items of business, we elected our first woman President of the UUA. This is Rev. Lisa’s first opportunity to report on that experience, and make some predictions for the future of our faith movement. Speaker: Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz
 Worship Leader: David Bowen 
Musical Guest: Ryan McCollum
Sunday, July 16, 2017 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Fellowship Hall
Finding home is a human need, but it isn't always easy. Like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, many of us long for home, for a place to belong, but sometimes we don't exactly know where it is, or how to get there. Our guest speaker today is Fellowship member Lauraina Levwood, who will begin Divinity School this fall at Wake Forest University. She will guide us in exploring the value of choosing to belong. Speaker: Lauraina Levwood Worship Leader: Patty Ricono
Sunday, July 23, 2017 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Fellowship Hall
Unitarian Universalists don’t share a set of core beliefs (a creed), but we do share values. Perhaps the hardest one for us to live into is our affirmation of the inherent worth and dignity of every person (and indeed, there’s discussion among us about re-writing this fundamental principle). How, in an age of deep fractures in society, to we work to build and deepen our relationships? Is it possible to live more deeply connected to each other? Plan to stay afterwards for a luncheon celebrating our newest members! Speaker: Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz 
Worship Leader: 
TBA Musical Guest: Ryan McCollum
Sunday, July 30, 2017 - 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 (and it’s OK to send ‘em in advance, to revlisa@uufws.org). Speaker: Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz
 Worship Leader: Anne Murray 
Guest Musician: Laura Wind