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May 19, 2013

Sermon delivered by Senior Minister Rev. Alan Taylor on May 19, 2013.

May 12, 2013

This sermon about the transformative power of listening with nothing but love was delivered by Social Justice Minister Rev. Scott Aaseng on May 12, 2013. Scott is finishing in his role as UTUUC's part-time Assistant Minister for Social Justice. His focus has been on building up congregational participation for justice through the Unity Temple Congregational Action Network. UTCAN uses a congregation-based community organizing process to connect members and friends around shared values and relationships, and organizes them into a network ready to take collective action on issues of common concern. Scott will continue in his position as Consulting Minister with the Quincy, Illinois congregation and is hoping to build a statewide UU advocacy network some day.

May 5, 2013

This service from May 5, 2013 was prepared and persented by youth in this year's Coming of Age program. After a brief introduction by COA facilitator Pete Malecki, each youth presented his or her personal credo. Minister of Faith Development Rev. Emily Gage and Senior Minister Rev. Alan Taylor then addressed the group with their personal reflections. Credos presented in order were from Maya Korenich, Hannah Entner, Jane Roarty, John Pintozzi, Kimberly Huizinga, Gabriel Krell, Mimi Baker and Julia Bankes. Sidney Renaud-Eberly danced her credo and her song is included.

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