Online Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic
During this time of Covid-19, we are not hosting in-person Sunday Services in our church building. Members & Friends will receive e-mail with directions to our Sunday Zoom Services. To be added to the list of those receiving these instructions, please contact us at Contact@UUQuincy.org
Sunday, November 1:
10:30 a.m. – Sunday Zoom Service: “Is There A Spirituality to Politics?”, Speaker: Charley Earp. As the 2020 election looms closer, what is the source driving our engagement? Is there a spirituality to politics? An invitation to reflect and live into the uncertainty with hope and courage.
Sunday, November 8:
10:30 a.m. – Sunday Zoom Service: “Exploring Spirituality”, Speaker: Jonas Magnum. What is Spirituality and how does it differ from Religion? How does it touch relationships and the outer world? Jonas will explore the topic from both Eastern and Western wisdom teachings.
November’s Donate-a-Plate collection will benefit Teen Reach.
Sunday, November 15:
10:30 a.m. – Sunday Zoom Service: “Omnipresence”, Speaker: Jan Barrett. According to Richard Rohr, we spend most of our time assuming that we are our thoughts, feelings, and self-image. How do we get beyond this and discern who we really are?
Sunday, November 22:
10:30 a.m. – Sunday Zoom Service: “Beings of Transcendent Mystery”, Speaker: Charley Earp. Our list of sources of the Unitarian Universalist living tradition name “direct experience of … transcending mystery and wonder….” Let us consider together what seeking the transcendent means for knowledge, relationship, and action. Charley Earp preaching.
Sunday, November 29:
10:30 a.m. – Sunday Zoom Service: “Back to the Basics”, Speaker: Richard Garey. In the middle of a health pandemic, economic hard times, and extreme political tensions, the basics of religion still work.