UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP OF HOUSTON
1504 Wirt Road Houston, Texas 77055 • Telephone: 713.686.5876 • E-mail: ufhouston@comcast.net • Fax:713.686.7664

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Sunday Schedule


Childrens' Religious Education meets from 11AM until Noon. Child care and activities are provided from 10am until 11am.

09:45 - 10:45am Wisdom Seekers
meets in the first RE room.  Beginning on Sunday, March 23, the Wisdom Seekers class will embark on a study of the New Testament through 24 lectures from the Great Courses series. The lectures will be presented by Prof. Bart D. Ehrman, M.Div, Ph.D. from Princeton Theological Seminary, who teaches at the University of North Carolina. Prof. Ehrman brings a historical perspective study to the most significant piece of literature in Western Civilization. After each 30-minute lecture there will be time for reactions and discussion.

09:45 - 10:45am Forum meets in the work room.  A new current event topic every Sunday.

11:00AM Church Service

(please silence cell phones, pagers, and voices upon entering the sanctuary)

Reverend Tony Lorenzenís Hours
Rev. Tony will be available for consultation on Thursdays, here at the Fellowship. His hours are as follows:
First and Third Thursdays of each month - 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Second and Fourth Thursdays of the month - 12 (noon) to 7:00 PM


Coming Programs: 


July 27 Our Third Principle David Garver
Our third UU principle encourages us to practice "Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations;" We'll be talking about what we already do right and what we might be able to do better at.
August 3 Inheriting the Living Tradition Rev. Tony Lorenzen
What is the Living Tradition and how is it important to our lives?
August 10 Spiritual History: The Best Kickstarter Rev. Greg Han
How can we draw upon our spiritual history as more than events in the past and help them shape what is to come?
August 17 Starting Over Rev. Tony Lorenzen
Water Communion - The importance of risk and courage in our renewal and rejuvenate efforts as individuals and as a community.
August 24 UUA General Assembly GA Assemblers
Every year, member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, meet at General Assembly. There, we conduct business, go to workshops, and worship. This year's meeting in Providence, RI was a treasure trove and June Godwin, Patricia Ballinger, Joss McCall, Bob Wiener, and Val Harrop participated in this enriching experience. They will share their experience with you on August 24.
August 31 Free Fall Patti Henry
When Gandhi was assassinated, he owned: 2 forks, 2 spoons, a walking stick, a rock, a knife, a pair of glasses, a glasses' case, and a pair of sandals. Yeah, that's it. Having recently returned from India, Patti Henry will share the process of letting go: of stuff/of fear. Don't miss this informative and delightful sermon!

Statement of Purpose
We seek to provide an atmosphere of warm companionship and respect for free and inquiring minds, searching together for finer religious, ethical, and social truths, and we work to apply the best we know in our lives, in the lives of our children, and in the service of our fellow humans.



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