Saturday, Oct. 29 Doors open @ 5 p.m.
Youth Ceremony @ 6 p.m. Family Ceremony @ 7 p.m.
Dinner and Dancing to follow! Put on your costumes and join us for an evening of family fun! Door prizes, Children's Crafts and games, Tarot readings, Samhain Rituals, Fun Merriment and more!
Admission: $10 Adults; $15 Couples; $5 Youth 13-18; Children under 13 Free
TWO-SERVICE SCHEDULE: 10 a.m. & 11:15 a.m. through SUNDAY, NOV. 20
Oct. 30 10 a.m.
"The Meaning of Matthew"
UUCQC's LGBTQIA Team will lead a discussion of "The Meaning of Matthew," the book selected for All Church Reads. Today, Matthew Shepard is synonymous with gay rights, but until 1998, he was just Judy Shepard's son. In The Meaning of Matthew, Judy Shepard confides how she handled her crippling loss in the public eye, the vigils and protests held by strangers in her son's name, and ultimately how she and her husband gained the courage to help prosecutors convict her son's murderers.
Oct. 30 at 10 a.m. & 11:15 a.m.
Ian Evison, Midwest Region UUA
One constant in Unitarian Universalism is our penchant for understanding ourselves as the “faith of the future”. In our moments of hope this view has been for us a challenge, a warning against self-satisfaction, and at times a consolation. As the number of the religiously non-affiliated, the “nones”, has grown, we have again said to ourselves that surely we are the religion for the future in which this group is in ascendancy. In actuality the future does not so much naturally favor or disfavor any group. Rather, the future is going to depend on our ability to change and improvise, and especially to change and improvise looking beyond what we may want and need to what our children and grandchildren and the larger world needs.
Nov. 6 No Forum Announced
Nov. 6 at 10 a.m. & 11:15 a.m.
Our minister, Rev. Jay Wolin, is on a three-month health sabbatical. For Sundays UUCQC will have guest ministers and Religious Services Team lay-led services. Come experience UU voices that are new to us!
Youth Religious Education