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- Social Justice

   Many thanks to the volunteers who served at the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank during our fall service on Saturday, October 21.  The Team included John DeVore, Nelson DeVore, John Howe, Heather Jahnke, Lizzie Jahnke, Gail Johnson, Jill Johnson, Dottie Kelly, Joy McCord, Sam McCord, J

- President

   First of all, a shout out to Senior Youth for their help at the Congregational Meeting. We got started quickly and got out in record time. And thank you to those who joined us on that beatiful Sunday afternoon.

- Program

Words to Live By

- Education

Words to Live By

- Assistant Minister

Now that I’m back from parental leave, here are my reflections:

- Minister

Stewardship- We can tell that our members are being thoughtful about their pledges to the 2018 budget this year. Yes, we have miles to go before we have made our budget.

- President

    Our church is a democracy. Unitarians in the U.S. have their roots in the northeast, a place where small towns are still sometimes run through town meetings. This is old-fashioned democracy.

- Social Justice

     Our fall volunteer service at the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank is Saturday, October 21 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. At least twenty volunteers are needed for the morning's service of sorting and boxing donated goods.

- Music

    The choir returns on October 1 to begin the stewardship season with an upbeat anthem called Sing a Jubilant Song

- Program

by Kathy E. Smith, Director of Family Ministry

“…the free and responsible search for truth and meaning…”

Unitarian Universalist Association Covenant of Congregations, Fourth Principle

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