gather the spirit • sunday 30 august 2015

11:00 am ~ Gather the Spirit

uu_spiritThis song in our hymnal written by UU songwriter, Jim Scott, is the inspiration for this sermon. We gather to kindle one flame as we begin our second year together, to nurture, to celebrate, and to gather the “seeds for the sowing.”

Gather the spirit, harvest the power. Our separate fires will kindle one flame. Witness the mystery of this hour. Our trials in this light appear all the same. Gather in peace, gather in thanks. Gather in sympathy now and then. Gather in hope compassion and strength. Gather to celebrate once again. Gather the spirit of heart and mind. Seeds for the sowing are laid in store. Nurtured in love and conscience refined, With body and spirit united once more.

Cathy HarringtonSpeaker: our minister Cathy Harrington

9:30 Forum  (downstairs) ~ Forum is on hiatus for the summer and will return in September.

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building a new way• sunday 16 august 2015

11:00 am ~ Building a New Way

Cathy HarringtonInspirations, lessons, and learning from the 2015 UUA General Assembly in Portland, Oregon as experienced through the eyes of a minister, a religious education director, and two bright and talented UU youth.

Speakers: our minister Cathy Harrington, Kay McCurdy, Isabelle McCurdy, and Sophie McCurdy

9:30 Forum  (downstairs) ~ Forum is on hiatus for the summer and will return in September.

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we make the path by walking • sunday 9 august 2015

11:00 am ~ We Make the Path by Walking

hcfjcValerie Radu, PhD, LCSW is the Executive Director of the Chattanooga Family Justice Center which opened on July 1, 2015 to provide co-located services to individuals, families, and communities impacted by family violence, human trafficking, and elder abuse.

Speaker: Valerie Radu, PhD, LCSW

9:30 Forum  (downstairs) ~ Forum is on hiatus for the summer and will return in September.

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why i do pro bono work • sunday 2 august 2015

11:00 am ~ Why I Do Pro Bono Work

aug_02After 600 hours, unpaid hours, David Ross, UTC Professor of Psychology, and two UTC graduate students went to Jefferson City, Missouri in a February blizzard to testify for Anthony Williams, who was incarcerated for life, when he was 14 years of age. After 20 years in prison, Williams was released. This is the rest of the story.

Speaker: David Ross, Ph.D.

9:30 Forum  (downstairs) ~ Forum is on hiatus for the summer and will return in September.

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