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We are commited to affirming the inherent worth and dignity of all people:

We support the full rights and participation of our bisexual, transgender, gay, lesbian and genderqueer members and friends;

West Shore is committed to being an anti-racist, anti-oppressive, multicultural congregation.

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Unitarian Universalist Church

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to lead lives of meaning and purpose."


Sunday, August 30, 2015, 10:15 am

Locks & Keys

A Water Ceremony Service

                            Service Offered by
        Rev. Dr. Wayne Arnason & Rev. Kathleen Rolenz

Your summer Shorelines had a write up for this Sunday that has been superseded by our summer experiences! We have a new title and no plans for electronic wizardry with the Fox Valley congregation. Rest assured, however, that bringing a sample of water that represents a meaningful part of your summer is still the center piece of this service. We expect families to come together to this service and the sermon is intended to be accessible to kids 8 years and older. Childcare is available for infant to kindergarten, and an activity for kids is available as an alternative to the full service. This ingathering service for the new church year is always fun and moving. The Free Spirit Band kicks off this service with at least two songs about rivers—get ready to rock n’roll with them this Sunday. And don’t forget your water!

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