This Sunday

Laughter in Dark Times

When life gets you down, whether from personal  or global tragedy, it is important to find your laughter. As Josh Billings says about laughter, “Genuine laughing is the vent of the soul, the nostrils of the heart, and it is just as necessary for … read more.

An Invitation from the Church At Texoma

Note: The following email was forwarded to the newsletter by Lisa Cates. Contact Lisa to volunteer or if you want more information.
On behalf of the Church at Texoma, we want to invite Red River United Unitarian (sic) to partner with us to provide a Holiday Dinner for our community . The dinner is scheduled for December 15th at 2pm, to be served at 901 N. Grand Avenue, Sherman TX. It is the desire for the Church at Texoma to do what we can to care for the mental health of our community. We know the holidays can take a toll on those that are alone, have no local family, are not accepted by their family or just do not have the means to provide a holiday dinner. This is a problem we can do something about this year. And we want to do it together as a group of loving community organizations! If we can provide a space, a loving community and a warm meal for those that are in need, we will have accomplished the true purpose of the holiday season.
     

Did You Know?

  • This Day in Unitarian Universalist History December 14
    by Frank Schulman on December 14, 2019 at 8:29 pm

    Sion College (Jamie Berras, flickr.com) 1647 – The Presbyterian ministers of London, England, met at Sion College to protest the errors, heresies, and blasphemies of the time and to denounce toleration of such ideas. They were objecting to the growing influence of Unitarian beliefs on English Presbyterians. Read more at: www.HarvardSquareLibrary.org - the digital library of Unitarian Universalism.

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