During this service, members of our congregation will read short biographies about Unitarian and Universalist people who helped shaped who we are today. "We honor them by remembering them, telling their stories, and trying to live lives that help other people, as they did."
We will hear and reflect on the story of Rev. Pearson, once a hero to evangelicals, discovered universalism and is now a minister at All Souls UU in Tulsa.
Ramadan is a holy month of fasting (sunrise to sunset) with no food or drink. It is a month of increased level of introspection, self-control, empathy, and prayer. Muslims celebrate Ramadan because it was the month that the Quran was revealed. Dr. Burhanettin Keskin, Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education at the University of Mississippi, will be addressing the following questions: What is the origin and significance of Ramadan? What does Ramadan mean for Muslims? What kind of practices do Muslims employ during Ramadan? What should non-Muslims know about Ramadan?
Join us in a coffeehouse style service to Review “Books a Love Story” & Share in community some of the books that transformed and shaped us. After reflecting we welcome new members to our UUCO congregation!