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10:30am unless otherwise noted

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  • December 8, 2019
  • Don’t Just Do Something, Sit There
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
  • In our increasingly busy and scheduled lives, how can we make time for rest and sabbath.
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  • December 15, 2019
  • Consecrated Chicken Soup
  • Speaker: Sue Penny
  • Worship Associate: Traci Robinson
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
  • Sue is a Worship Associate and Licensed Certified Social Worker who brings this message from her training in “Healthy Congregations”.   Sharpening the meaning of the word “holy” can change the whole way of looking at the world of things and people.
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  • Saturday, December 21, 2019, 6pm
  • Blue Christmas, Longest Night
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Abby Fleming
  • While the winter holidays are a joyful time of celebration for many, for those experiencing grief, loss or hardship, this can be a challenging time of year. On this “Longest Night” join us for a contemplative worship service that creates space for us to express our challenges and to offer comfort.
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  • December 22, 2019
  • Multigenerational Holiday Program
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
  • Please join us for this Multigenerational Holiday Program, including story and carols.
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  • Tuesday, December 24, 2019, 5pm
  • Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
  • You and your family are invited to join us for a candlelight Christmas Eve service. Join us for beautiful choral music, carol singing and a Christmas message, featuring our holiday choir. Followed by light refreshments and conversation. Service begins at 5:00 p.m.
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  • December 29, 2019
  • Fire Communion
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Laurie DiBartolo
  • Join us for this New Year’s Ritual. At the turning of the year, we let go of those things that no longer serve us, while inviting in new opportunities with the new year.
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  • Events
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  • Holiday Choir Rehearsals
  • The Holiday Choir will start rehearsals on Sunday, November 10. Rehearsals will be at noon following Sunday services leading up to two performances. The Choir will perform on Sunday, December 22 and Tuesday, December 24 @5:00 pm. Please contact Steven Skoldberg and/or Kent Martin for more information. New members are welcome!
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  • Qi Gong
  • Sunday, December 8, 12pm
  • Ancient Classical Chinese movements, exercises, and self-massages deepen our awareness and connection with nature’s healing and rejuvenating energies within. Deepen connections with our Body, Mind, and Spirit, and harmonize with the greater world around us. Join us! All are welcome!
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  • Board Meeting
  • Thursday, December 12, 7pm
  • All are Welcome!
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  • “Divinity and Ultimacy” Book Discussion Series
  • Following the success of our two discussion sessions on America’s Four Gods, UUCSF will be continuing with a series of discussions on the broad subject of God. Our next selection will be The Case for God by Karen Armstrong. Karen Armstrong is a wonderful writer on the subject of religion. She has written several books on religious subjects including Buddhism and Islam. Her works have been translated into 45 languages. She has lectured at many significant secular and religious venues, including the Ware Lecture at the UU General Assembly in 2011.
  • In this book, as she provides a good historical discussion of human approaches to God. What may be best about her book is how she clears up misconceptions that many people—fundamentalists, atheists, and mainstream believers alike—have about where religion came from and how it got to be what it is today.
  • The discussion will take place on two dates as follows:
    December 22, 12:00 noon at the meetinghouse. Part I: The Unknown God, 30,000 BCE to 1,500 CE.
  • January 19, same place and time. Part II: The Modern God, 1,500 CE to the present.
    The book is available on Kindle and from ebay as well as in libraries and local bookstores.

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