February 10, 2013 Connections Update

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This Week’s Highlights

  1. This Sunday Service: February 10th (Services at 9:00am and 11:00am)
    “Home of Your Soul”
    Rev. Alicia Forde, Worship Leader; Paul Gibb, Worship Associate
    Many – if not all – of the world’s major religions advocate for forgiveness as a necessary spiritual practice, but is it? Author Barry Lopez suggest that there some acts that cannot be forgiven. What does it mean to both suggest and contemplate this? Who is forgiveness for? In today’s complex society, with its random acts of beauty and great injustices how do we practice forgiveness? Rev. Alicia Forde is currently the Professional Development Director for Ministries and Faith Development at the Unitarian Universalist Association. Previously she was Program Coordinator for Multicultural Programs with the UUA. From 2004 to 2008 she was minister of Namaqua UU Congregation in Loveland, Colorado.
    Sam Welsh on piano.
  2. This Sunday’s Half Plate will benefit Together Colorado Dream Fund, with the mission of empowering people to strengthen and transform their communities through community organizing. The community organizing process begins locally with member churches, schools, youth and neighborhood associations.
  3. Interested in becoming a BVUUF Member? The Next Path to Membership class is on Saturday February 9th! Click here for all the details.

Please contact us if you have any questions or comments, thank you!