– Forum Adult Discussion
"Mental Health Court and Alternative Sentencing Courts" – presented by Boone
County Circuit Court Judge Christine Carpenter. Forum information.
Before and After Worship
– Fair Trade Sale
– Greeting Area
Fair trade coffee, tea and chocolate are sold on
the second Sunday of each month. Proceeds support our coffee hour and youth
activities. Fair trade sales are a project of the Green
– Worship Service
– "Generosity as a Spiritual Practice"
– Rev. Molly Housh Gordon
Giving can connect us to others, to our own feelings of fulfillment and
gratitude, and to the reality of justice and love that we dream about. We'll
explore how we can cultivate an attitude of abundance through a regular
practice of generosity. Also, stay for potluck and cake as we celebrate our
accomplishments in the past year and our dreams for even greater engagement
with our mission in the year to come!
Our March worship theme is "Spiritual Practice" –
March worship schedule.
– Religious Education
March 9 R.E.
– Special Congregational Meeting
A brief congregational meeting will be held in the sanctuary immediately
after worship for the first of two required membership votes on replacing the
Endowment Funds Policy currently appended to the church bylaws with a new,
– Rescheduled Potluck Luncheon
Our "First Sunday Potluck" was cancelled along with all other Sunday
activities on March 2 because of the icy conditions, so we're rescheduling
the potlock on the second Sunday this month. We invite all guests to join
us, whether or not they have brought food. Everyone pitches in, making light
work of setup, serving and cleanup. We ask those attending to bring a main
dish or side dish sufficient to serve six-eight people so we will have
plenty of food. More potluck information.
Because this all-congregation activity cannot be sustained without willing
volunteers to help with setup and cleanup, there will be a signup sheet for
the next month's potluck on the buffet table; if not enough volunteers sign
up, the potluck will not be scheduled.
In addition to your potluck contribution, please remember to bring
non-perishable food items for the food barrel upstairs near the coat rack.
When the barrel is full, the food is taken to the Central Pantry, which
serves Columbia and Boone County.
– Team Meetings
– Lower Level
The Religious Education Team
and the Social Action Team will hold their
regular monthly meetings.
– Lower Level
YRUU (Young Religious Unitarian
will enjoy some laser tag.