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SEPTEMBER SERVICES

September Theme

Seekers Together - We are All Seeking Something

 

Sunday, September 2  -  Margaret Wozniak, Coordinator
10:30 AM Service:  “Seeking”

As we journey through life we seek many things - personal growth, self-actualization, peace, community.  What are your hopes and dreams for UUCGT?
For the altar setting, members are asked to bring items that reflect their journey to date, or what they are currently seeking.

 

Sunday, September 9  -  Max Old Bear, Coordinator
10:30 AM Service:  “Resumption Sunday”

Join us for a most cherished UUCGT tradition:  Resumption Sunday!
Beloved hymns and inspirational readings to start our new program year off right!  This year's Resumption Sunday Service will also include a Water Communion - don't forget to bring a small amount of water from a special adventure over the last year - which could be from your own faucet!

 

Sunday, September 16  -  Hal Gurian, Coordinator
10:30 AM Service:  “Seeking Personal Growth”

The idea of personal growth or personal development has become a massive industry where people move from one concept, book or idea to the next, perhaps inspired and motivated, but without actually addressing what it is that’s creating this endless search for happiness, calm, creativity, clarity, or even perfection in their lives.

 

Sunday, September 23  -  Andi Kramer, Coordinator
10:30 AM Service:  “Seeking Community”

Seeking community will mean different things to many people.  At the heart of community are the connections we make with those around us, that help to intensify the ways in which we engage, enrich our learning, and validate what we find.  As we continue to engage and learn together, we will undoubtedly find what we are looking for.

 

Sunday, September 30  -  Amanda Mangiardi, Coordinator
10:30 Service:  “Seeking Self-Actualization - Maslow”

"Self-actualization” represents a concept derived from Humanistic psychological theory and, specifically, from the theory created by Abraham Maslow.  Self-actualization, according to Maslow, represents the growth of an individual toward fulfillment of the highest needs - those needs which support meaning in life, in particular.