March 6: Covenantal Community, Rev. Amy Brooks

Unitarian Universalism is held together among other things by our covenant, known as our “Principles and Purposes”. Our individual congregations are covenantal communties which live out these principles and purposes in particular ways. To those of us who gather here at the Fellowship of Lake Norman I ask: What is our covenant? How do we want to come together? Together let us explore a deeper meaning of covenant.

Our service begins at 11:00 a.m. and will be held in the conference room of Tomlinson Residence Hall on Davidson College Campus. Find us.

  • Please bring a donation for Loaves & Fishes if you are able. At this time they particularly need spaghetti, spaghetti sauce, cake mixes and icing, and soup (other than tomato).
  • This is Opportunity Sunday. After the service, you can learn about the various activities going on around the Fellowship, have some refreshments, and earn a chance to win a wooden chalice.
  • Faith Development for children. Ages 8-12 starts at 9:45 in the basement room of the Multicultural House adjacent to Tomlinson. Ages 5-7 starts after story time during the service.
  • Faith Development for adults. We will be talking about the third of James Luther Adams’ “Five Smooth Stones of Liberalism”: the establishment of a just and loving community.  This is a portion of an essay in the book On Being Human Religiously, available online for free. Class starts at 9:50 a.m., in Tomlinson.
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