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Inspire. Seek. Accept. Deepen.

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Sundays at 11 AM.

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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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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.

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March to defund Dakota Access Pipeline
- 2:00 pm - MARCHERS Meet up with Josiah Helland at Allen County Courthouse Green proceed to march to Wells Fargo at 111 E Wayne St
- 3:00 pm -MARCHERS leave Wells Fargo and
March to Chase at Summit Square 101 E Washington Blvd
* If you can't march or are at work join the rally afterwards
- 4:00pm - SOLIDARITY RALLY on Allen County Courthouse Green till around 6:30pm

FOOD NOT BOMBS will be present at the Rally to feed anyone who's hungry a vegetarian/ vegan meal
Defund DAPL March
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Defund DAPL March

November 30, 2016, 2:00pm - November 30, 2016, 5:30pm

Defund DAPL March Starting at Allen County Courthouse Green 2pm Marching to Wells Fargo at 111 E Wayne St Then to Chase at Summit Square 101 E Washington Blvd Then back to Allen County Courthouse Green for rally If you can't march or are at work you can certainly join us for the rally afterwards We invite all to come march with us and if you have an account in these banks we will stand in support as you close these accounts to move them to a local Credit Union or Saving & Loan Both Wells Fargo and Chase are helping to fund the Black Snake (Dakota Access Pipeline) by removing your money from these banks you are removing funding that feeds the Black Snake. Bring Signs and friends This is a peaceful event *****March and Rally Schedule****** - 2:00 pm - MARCHERS Meet up with Josiah Helland at Allen County Courthouse Green proceed to march to Wells Fargo at 111 E Wayne St - 3:00 pm - MARCHERS leave Wells Fargo and March to Chase at Summit Square 101 E Washington Blvd - 4:00pm - MARCHERS leave Chase and March back to Allen County Courthouse RALLIERS Drift in between 4:00 - 6:00 from their school and jobs meet up with Marchers at Allen County Courthouse Green. SOLIDARITY on Allen County Courthouse Green till around 6:30pm FOOD NOT BOMBS will be present at the Rally to feed anyone who's hungry a vegetarian/ vegan meal

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From Sunday 11/13 sermon:
The Desert Dweller by Howard Thurman
He has lived in the desert so long that all of its moods have long since become a part of the daily rhythm of his life.
But it is not that fact that is of crucial importance.
For many years, it has been his custom
to leave a lighted lantern by the roadside at night
to cheer the weary traveler. Beside the lantern,
there is a note which gives detailed directions
as to where his cottage may be found so that if there is distress or need, the stranger may find help. It is a very simple gesture full of beauty and wholeness.
To him, it is not important who the stranger may be, it is not important how many peoples pass in the night and go on their way. The important thing is that the lantern burns every night and every night the note is there, “just in case.”
Years ago, walking along a road outside Rangoon,
I noted at intervals along the way a roadside stone with a crock of water and, occasionally, some fruit. Water and fruit were put there
by Buddhist priests to comfort and bless any passerby -
one’s spiritual salutation to another.
The fact that I was a traveler from another part of the world, speaking a strange language and practicing a different faith, made no difference.
What mattered was the fact that I was walking along the road -
what my mission was, who I was - all irrelevant.
In your own way, do you keep a lantern burning by the roadside with a note saying where you may be found, “just in case?”
Do you place a jar of cool water and a bit of fruit under a tree at the road’s turning, to help the needy traveler?
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