How did you become a Unitarian Universalist? Are there others who may find us in the same way you did?
I was lucky enough to be brought up as a Unitarian, so I did not need to “discover” this faith as many of our members have done. But no matter how we each found our way here, I think it feels like “home” to all of us. As I begin my first term as President of our congregation I would like for us to think about ways to help potential UUs in our community find us. How can we be more visible to neighbors, to people searching for a spiritual home, to families looking for a unique religious foundation for their children? Think about your own path to our door—how can we make that path available to others in our community? Let me know your thoughts!
Looking ahead on our calendar, I’d like to encourage all of you to plan on attending Roy Zimmerman’s concert on the evening of Tuesday, August 12! And be thinking of friends who would enjoy a wonderfully entertaining evening of his clever and humorous satire and fabulous music. If we each brought just two or three friends we’d have the full house he deserves!
I hope summer finds you doing enjoyable and fulfilling things, whether it is traveling to exotic places, pursuing a favorite hobby, volunteering or simply enjoying our beautiful Southern California weather in your own backyard or garden. Whatever your plans, I hope to see you on Sunday mornings (when you are in town) as we gather in community and fellowship for spiritual inspiration and growth.