MPORTANT NOTE: Join us at our new meeting place on Davidson College campus in the conference room of Tomlinson residential hall, bottom back left hand corner of the building. Look for building number 11 on this map link www3.davidson.edu/cms/x14840.xml . Parking is located in the back of Tomlinson. You are allowed to park in the handicap spaces without a sticker on Sundays. Also you can park in the lots next to buildings number 6 and 7 right inside the Glasgow St entrance to campus. We are excited about this change as continue to grow together
UU Fellowship of Lake Norman
Come and join us for spiritual nurturing, music, talk and conversation this Sunday March 21st on the campus of Davidson College, in the conference room of Tomlinson residential hall. Doors will open at 10:30 am with the service starting at 11:00 followed by refreshments and conversation. Our guest speaker will be Annette Marquis, is the District Executive of the Thomas Jefferson District of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations . Her talk is titled:
“Creeds, Covenants, and Congregations”
by Anette Marquis
Some people say Unitarian Universalism is a faith that believes in nothing, others say UUs can believe in anything they want, still others argue that what you believe is not as important as what you do. Are anything of these contentions true or it Unitarian Universalism really much deeper than any of these? Can you be a UU and be Christian? What if you don’t know what you believe? In this service, we’ll explore these questions and more as we try to discern the reason for gathering together into congregations. .
Annette Marquis has served as the District Executive of the Thomas Jefferson District of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations for the past four years. In this role, she works with over sixty congregations ranging in size from twenty members to over 600, providing them consultation, support, training, and resources. Prior to her work with the UUA, she worked in health care, mental health and chemical dependency services, crisis intervention programs, and is a partner in a software training company. As a lay UU, Annette served as a congregational president, a district board member, a Beyond Categorical Thinking trainer, a JUUST Change consultant, a district compensation consultant, and president and founding member of UU Allies for Racial Equity.
All are welcome regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, ability or economic status
We are a liberal faith community.
Note: CHILDREN ARE WELCOME IN OUR SERVICES