Timberland Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Timberland Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

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  • SUNDAY November 24, 2019 Brett Beal
    • 11/24/19
    • 5:30PM Service: 

      “Build East Texas” presented by Brent Beal.
    • Lufkin
  • SUNDAY November 17, 2019 Glenn Donnahoe
    • 11/17/19
    • 5:30PM Service:   

      TED talk Presented by Glenn Donnahoe
    • Lufkin
  • SUNDAY November 10, 2019 Reverend Michael Thompson
    • 11/10/19
    • 5:30PM Service: 

      “The Last Man Jailed for Blasphemy” by Rev. Michael Thompson.
      In 1829 Abner Kneeland left the Universalist ministry to become a newspaper editor.  In 1833 he wrote that the God of the Christians was “nothing more than a chimera of their own imagination.”  By 1838 he was behind bars, the last convicted of blasphemy in this country.
      6:30PM Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner
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  • Sunday November 3, 2019
    • 11/03/19
    • 5:30 pm Service

      “In the beginning” video during our service. This is part one of the Great Course
      “The Old Testament” presented by  Professor Amy-Jill Levine from Vanderbilt University Divinity School.  Dr. Levine is a widely sought after speaker, she has delivered talks on biblical subjects to academic and nonacademic audiences around the world.  Her invaluable expertise has won her grants from the Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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  • SUNDAY October 27, 2019 Patti Henry
    • 10/27/19
    • 5:30 PM Service:

      “ If You Want to Walk on Water, You Have To Get Out of the Boat”   How many, many times has fear kept us from pursuing our dreams? Let’s look at fear and how to make it smaller in our lives.  Please join us as psychotherapist and UU lay minister Patti Henry shares her thoughts on this.  This sermon you won’t want to miss!

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As a result of being recently retired, I moved out of the hustle and bustle of Houston. I am content to be settled in the dreamy woods.The search began  for connection to the community. Like minded people with which to share conversation, celebration, and concerns. I visited several congregations in the area. When I walked into the Timberland Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, I realized almost immediately that I had found such a place.

Each Sunday afternoon I continue to share with these fabulous people . I get to share my talents, concerns for family, loss of friends, joy ,happiness, celebration and, of course, the pre-service sampling of goodies. Once a month we have a potluck. Wonderful food and comforting connection and conversation.

I Like it here. I am content.

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