Date(s) - 11/07/2021
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist


Our service this Sunday will be online via Zoom. In the days following the January 6th Insurrection, Rev. Norris gave a reflection to the Greeley congregation about Scarcity and Hope. Reflecting on the Arthurian figure of the Fisher King, the idea of the Grail Quest, and T.S. Elliot’s poem of the Hallow Men, Rev. Norris deals frankly with hope in difficult community times. There will be a recorded sermon, “The Fisher King” by the Rev. Aaron Norris, accompanied by live music from TRUU music director Jimmy Byrne. Chris Coyle will serve as worship associate.

IN-PERSON & ZOOM SERVICES: Our 10 am, Sunday morning service is always accessible via Zoom, and at least once a month, we meet in person. The in-person services are always labeled as live on this website.

IN-PERSON SAFETY: TRUU is having live services at Third Street Center at least once a month. Fully vaccinated people are welcome to attend. In addition, those who are not vaccinated, feel at high risk and those who can’t easily get here are welcome to watch our services Sunday mornings at 10am via Zoom. Videos of our services will also be posted here on our website, on the Sermon Archive page.


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Meeting ID: 978 9302 3273