Weekly Sunday Programs
Unitarian Fellowship of Silver City invites a wide variety of speakers
from both our congregation and from the community to give our Sunday
welcome many points of view and enjoy diversity of opinion, knowledge
and information. Join us on any Sunday for a thought-provoking topic
and some fellowship with a conscious and humanitarian group of people.
We serve coffee and snacks after each service. Services begin at 10
a.m. at The Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship of
Silver City at 3845 N Swan St.
Presenter and Title
and Living with Love and Gratitude"
‘Dia de los Muertos’, an ‘Ofrenda’ (an altar for displaying pictures of
ones that have passed), will be set up in the Sanctuary. Please bring pictures,
poems, etc to display
on the altar. Childcare available Carley Preusch,
Gabioud and Jane Riger
Guest at Your Table Progran "Justice Across Borders"
with grassroots allies along the Central American migration trail, UUSC
addresses root causes, supports migrants in transit & protects the
right to seek asylum. An inspiring sermon by Angela Herrera from 1st
Unitarian ABQ entitled “Asylum” will be presented. Music will be
provided by our own Joe Neri & Andy Payne. The program is an
opportunity to celebrate grassroots partnership, support human rights
& learn about just four of these individuals – the “guests” in
Guest at Your Table. Jane Riger, moderator
Family Program today
Speaker: Barbara Gabioud
“The Annual Meeting of the Fellowship” There will be a potluck brunch at 10:00 a.m.
followed by our annual gathering as a Fellowship. We will hear from our committee chairs/
managers & have time for discussion as we plan our future together. All
members & friends of the Fellowship are encouraged to attend & bring a
potluck brunch item by 9:45. Drinks will be provided. We begin at 10:00 a.m. with brunch & are
usually finished before/by noon. It’s a
good time to learn more about our Fellowship, how it works & to make your
voice heard on a number of items up for discussion. There
will be a new member ceremony during the Annual Meeting, November 18. For info, contact Nancy Cliff or Heidi Ogas.
Childcare will be available.
Speaker: Rev Lehel Molnar
"What Is Our Most Valuable Treasure?”
Our UU faith heritage is one of the freedoms
that people have been persecuted for throughout the centuries. How we live our
lives is a major aspect of how our heritage is transmitted to the next
generation. Rev. Molnar, Transylvanian Unitarian minister, will
preach from the Christian bible, 2 Timothy 1:14, “Guard the good deposit
that was entrusted to you, guard it with the help of the Holy Spirit who lives in us.”
We are honored to have the unique opportunity of Rev.
Molnar’s visit here in Silver City with his wife Eva Szabo & their daughter
Boglarka. Lehel Molnar lives in
Kolozsvar, Transylvania (Cluj-Napoca, Romania). He began serving as the
Archivist at the Hungarian Unitarian Church Archives in Romania soon after the
fall of Communism in 1996. The Unitarian Church in Transylvania was founded
with the Edict of Torda in 1568.
There will be 2 other opportunities to learn about Rev
Molnar. A 20 min video of an interview at the Archives will be shown during
social hour after the Nov 25 program.
A Transylvanian Unitarian Thanksgiving Communion
service will be held @6:30 pm that same day. More info will be sent on Listserv
and will be available at Fellowship closer to the program date.
Family Program Today.