Our Ministry of Justice

October 28, 2018

by Reverend Chris Long and

Michelle Ma

Intern Minister

On this Sunday, the day following the first-ever Justice- pa-lUUza weekend, come, hear about the existing things happening within and outside of this congregation related to the justice mission and vision for the church. Find out what a deepening focus on Justice Work can mean for West Shore’s identity—now, and in the future!

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Welcoming Every Generation

October 21, 2018

by Reverend Patricia Hart

Layne Richard-Hammock

Director of Lifespan Faith Development

Dana Morgan

Worship Associate

West Shore has made a commitment to be a “multi-generational” community: a place where persons of all ages are not only welcome but where opportunities abound for those of different generations to interact and learn from one another. Some reflection and history about child dedications, and a celebration of legacy gifts from several elders who have gone before us.

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Actually, This IS Who We Are

October 14, 2018

by Reverend Peter Newport and

Marty Blachly-Cross

Worship Associate

Loss of identity, not knowing who you are, is part of white supremacy culture—for white people, anyway. A personal look, this morning, from where one white person came from; some of the confusions that arose along the way; and the story of John Wampus.

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Maybe. Maybe Not

October 7, 2018

by Reverend Patricia Hart and

Michael Miller

Worship Associate

Churches often highlight growth as part of their vision— when things are going well, and when they're not. How does growth actually happen in a congregation, and why does it stall? What is the connection between money and growth? Observations about opportunities and obstacles before West Shore UU Church in this pivotal chapter of its history. The Free Spirit Band will play!

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