Fellowship Service led by Seth Brown and Ellie Scott
Date(s) - 02/16/2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist
Join us for a Fellowship Service, led by Seth Brown and Ellie Scott this Sunday at 10 am in the Community Room at Third Street Center in Carbondale. The topic is generosity. Our popular and participatory fellowship services are modeled on the Small Group Ministry design created by the Unitarian Unversalist Association. Also known in UU circles as “covenant groups” and “chalice circles,” these services allow participants to reflect on and discuss significant life topics. Fellowship circles are great places to get to know other people and to get to know yourself. Over time, participants build deep connections with one another, with the congregation and with the sacred.
Frequently asked questions:
Where is the worship space, exactly? We meet at the Third Street Center which does have a lot of rooms! As you come in the main entrance, you’ll notice a beautiful room directly in front of you. That is where we have religious exploration classes for our youth. Take a left, and just past the vending machine on the right, you’ll find the hallway to the community room, with beautiful tall windows and string lights. This is our Sanctuary on Sunday mornings.
How accessible is your worship space? We are pleased that someone with a wheelchair will find our services comfortable with close parking, double wide doors, everything is on one level, and the restrooms are also accessible for wheelchair users. We are working on other accessibility improvements such as a hearing loop. Please contact us if there is another accommodation we can provide so we can enjoy your time here with us.
Is there childcare? Every Sunday we have religious exploration for our youth during the service. We worship together as a whole congregation at the start of the service, and then after the Time For All Ages, we sing the kids out for religious exploration classes. As a family, you’re welcome to have your children enjoy the classes or to stay with you for the whole service.
What do people wear? Come as you are. We have dress-on-Sunday best folks with hats, and folks wearing blue-jeans because they just got off the ranch.
If you have questions about what a typical service entails, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org!