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11:00 Service
The sanctuary is open for quiet meditation for ten minutes before the beginning of worship (10:50-11:00 a.m.)

September 7
The Ripple Effect
Rev. Michelle
Water Communion

September 14
Sources of Unitarian Universalism, Part 1: Transcending Mystery and Wonder
Rev. Michelle

12:15 Communion

September 21
Higher Ed and Religion: A View from the Chaplain’s Office
Rev. Jason Loscuito

September 28
Calling All Brave Souls
Rev. Michelle

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The Unitarian Universalist Church of Spartanburg, a liberal, welcoming congregation, transforms lives and our world by developing strong hearts and minds, challenging injustice, promoting sustainability, and celebrating diversity.
210 Henry Place, 29306
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Spartanburg, SC 29304-1942
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Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Church of Spartanburg, a welcoming and affirming congregation that is committed to a love beyond belief!

We hope you will join us as we worship together on Sundays at 11:00 a.m. and at Wednesday Vespers at 6:30 p.m. Lifespan Faith Development and other learning opportunities are available before and after church on Sundays and on Wednesdays, afternoon and evening. Our programming is rich and diverse and theologically expansive. We are a congregation that is committed to social justice and making a difference. We aspire to live up to our principles and the affirmation we teach our children: “We are Unitarian Universalists, with open minds, loving hearts, and helping hands. Together we care for the earth and work for friendship and peace in our world.”

Whoever you are, wherever you come from, whomever you love – you are welcome here!


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This Week at UUCS

Wednesday, September 24, 2:00-3:30, Mind, Heart, Body and Spirit exercises and reflections.
Your Whole Self Crafts Day

We want to recognize mind, body, and spirit in these new programs. Our new crafts program will be a wonderful example of spirit and mind. We'll have a good time being together and creating something pretty. This month’s craft will be led by Palma Eisner. Learn how to turn tuna fish and/or dog food cans into “chair” pin cushions. Please bring in empty washed cans: Note: When opening the can DO NOT open the lid all the way, leave a part (about an inch) so that the lid will stand on its own. The lid will become the “back” of the chair. We will have supplies, such as fabric, thread, trims, scissors, and needles but if you have your own please bring them with you.

Wednesday, September 24, 6:30. Vespers: Family Friendly (Meaningful and Fun)

Wednesday, September 24, 7:00 Social Justice-Fellowship Hall

Wednesday, September 24, 7:15 Creative Expressions (all ages)-Hatcher House
Many of us remember making art as small children. Carving out that piece of floor or kitchen table or classroom and losing ourselves as we became engrossed in the task at hand. Immersed in a sea of paints, crayons, construction paper, brown paper bags and Popsicle sticks, all our senses were engaged. There are many routes to self-expression. Creativity can be explored through a variety of artistic disciplines. Commonly identified methods include drama, dance, music, creative writing and the visual arts, including photography. All of these activities engage the participant/artist in a process that uses a holistic health framework to access physical, mental, spiritual and social well-being. In this creative class we will be using scrapbooking techniques to create a UU Sacred Text. Using our Sources and Symbols along with our monthly theological themes each participant will complete their own scrapbook UU Sacred Text. This is a multigenerational experience. Children and Youth are invited to participate.

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