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 Please reserve the date March 21, 2015, for an evening of fun and fellowship and food at our annual fund-raising party in the church sanctuary.   This year the theme is Hollywood on the Buy UU.  Bring in your donated items for auction before March 9 please.

Upcoming Events

February 27, 2015 - 7:00pm

 Anam Thubten, the author of Magic of Awareness and No Self No Problem, will speak in our church sanctuary on Friday, February 27, 7pm.  His talks follow the same relaxed style of his books.  Anam Thubten's exceptional ability to speak English coupled with an intuitive understanding of American culture and mindset allows him to communicate with humor and clarity.  The talk is free although donations are welcomed.  He is spiritual advisor and teacher for the Dharmata Foundation.


Upcoming Services

February 1, 2015 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

 What’s worse than seeing your shadow? How can a good church be there for people? It’s Super Bowl Sunday, with a topic that is important to our well-being and the well-being of others we know. “Heleluyan,” sings the choir.  

February 8, 2015 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

 The Reverend Nathan Ryan leads an exploration of this Auction sermon about what it means to live and what it means to serve. In this Mardi Gras season, we celebrate together. The choir offers the spiritual, “Ain’t Got Time to Die”.

February 15, 2015 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

Religion should embrace the good life and the good times. Oh, yes. We have evidence of the alignment of religion with authentic joy and are happy to celebrate our findings this Sunday before Mardi Gras. Our children are planning a parade through the sanctuary, so wear your colors and beads.

February 22, 2015 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

 As we approach the 10th anniversary of Hurricanes Katrina/Rita, we sing the blues, and celebrate the resilience of the Louisiana people.  Invite your friends. Get ready to tap your toes and sing along.

March 1, 2015 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

 Let’s revisit the day our Fellowship got evicted for being integrated. We look back to the ugliness of segregationbut share in the triumphs of the Civil Rights era, 50 years ago. As an added feature for the morning, our ownDr.Rebecca Cureau tells a dramatic story of her own involvement in desegregating a passenger train.