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Inspire. Seek. Accept. Deepen.

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Join us for worship
Sundays at 11 AM.

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You are welcome.

Sunday Service

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Come join us for worship at 11 a.m.
Nursery care will be available and there will also be Youth Religious Education during the service.

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Our Minister

Rev-Misty-Dwan-Shelly

Rev Misty-Dawn Shelly

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Upcoming Events

Welcome to the

Unitarian Universalist Congregation

of Fort Wayne.

We offer a warm, inclusive community where all people are invited to join us for liberal worship, celebration, friendship, support, social justice and service. We look forward to seeing you at our next Sunday service.

As a Unitarian Universalist congregation, our mission is to create a spiritual community that inspires growth, seeks knowledge, accepts differences and deepens compassion to build a just world.

UUCFW’s vision is to be an inclusive community beacon of social change and spiritual exploration by living out our UU values.

Inspire. Seek. Accept. Deepen.

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Join us tomorrow, September 25th!
11 AM: Celebrating Commitment to Our Shared Ministry
Rev. Shelly's sermon, "A Covenant of Being", is inspired by UU theologian James Luther Adams’ The Five Major Ingredients of Covenant.
Following worship is "Celebration Sunday" in the Social Hall where you will discover the many gifts UUCFW's teams and committees offer (along with a treat from each).
The Pledge Drive Team also marks the end of the Pledge Drive with Mimosas and Deviled Eggs!
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"Homework" from Sunday morning's sermon:
What might it be like for you to live “in the plural”?
This week, I encourage you to get out a big sheet of paper and write “ME” in the middle of it. Then start adding the people, principles, values, and dreams you’re committed to. Draw lines of connection, creating a mind map of the network of covenant you live in.

When you’re done, set it aside for a few days.
Then come back to it and notice what stands out for you and,
also, what is missing in your web.
What covenantal relationships do you have in your life?
How might you more intentionally live in the plural?
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Sunday, September 18
11 AM: A Promise to Live in the Plural - Rev. Misty-Dawn Shelly
Her sermon is inspired by these words by UU minister and writer Victoria Safford: We are bound by covenant, each to each and each to all, by what theologian Rebecca Parker calls “freely chosen and life-sustaining interdependence.” The central question for us is not, “What do we believe?” but more, “What do we believe in? To what larger love, to what people, principles, values, and dreams shall we be committed? To whom, to what, are we accountable?” In a tradition so deeply steeped in individualism, it becomes a spiritual practice for each of us to ask [these questions], not once and for all, but again and again. ... The life of the spirit is solitary, but our answers to these questions call us to speak, call us to live, in the plural.
Our Children & Youth Religious Education begins this morning. As part of our worship this morning we will dedicate our volunteer teachers to their service to our children and youth.

It is also our Third Sunday Collection and we will share the offering plate cash with Habitat for Humanity.
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Join us tomorrow, September 18th
11 AM: A Promise to Live in the Plural - Rev. Misty-Dawn Shelly
The central question for us is not, “What do we believe?” but more, “What do we believe in? To what larger love, to what people, principles, values, and dreams shall we be committed? To whom, to what, are we accountable?”
Youth Religious Education begins this morning! (Join if at 10:00 to kick off our RE year!)
12:30 GenerUUs Conversation (last one!)
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