TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY – “Labor of Love Sunday” (no morning assembly)


9:30 am - 12:00 pm


Red River Unitarian Universalist Church
515 N Burnett Ave, Denison, TX, 75020
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You are warmly invited to visit on any Sunday.  Come check us out and see if being in a sanctuary of religious liberals, celebrating compassion, diversity, and spiritual growth … free from dogmas, creeds, along with all those pesky religious assumptions held dear elsewhere.

TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY – “Labor of Love Sunday”

This Sunday, Oct 9, 2022

TO OUR VIRTUAL FRIENDS: No Adult Forum and No Morning Assembly this week ONLY.  We hope to see you next Sunday.

This Sunday, Oct 9, 2022


9:30 am – until we’re finished

LABOR OF LOVE SUNDAY … Gathering In Person working in many rooms

Everyone working together

A few times per year, our congregation needs to take care of the things that Minnie can’t manage in weekly housekeeping. Please join in making our church home as welcoming as loving hands can provide.

Marilyn Alexander is coordinating the morning. Here’s her list of what we’ll be doing:

Things to be done: Clean up, straighten and put away in these areas:

  • porches and lights,
  • in the Emerson & Alexander rooms: steam clean carpets, wash sheers, reposition unlevel curtain rod
  • Wash ground floor windows – bring scrap newspapers & squeegees
  • In the chapel – vacuum the chairs, wash the windows
  • In the foyer – wash the windows, clear out old postings on the bulletin board
  • In the Upper – polish the wood paneling
  • In the Anthony room – where the church nursery is – it is a mess, make it tidy
  • Book lovers – tidy up the F. Church library – and select 7-10 books and put them in the Little Free :Library (more if the library can hold more)
  • In the Back Hall – Move the green chairs and put them in the Alexander & Emerson rooms, then put the gray stacking chairs in those rooms into Garage 2
  • For the Brace – Clean the basement but before tossing things out speak with Jim
  • In the Spirit of Life Monarch Waystation – Speak with Linn about what folks could do