December 4, 2022

Sunday’s Service at Blue Hills Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship brings our friend Arthur Thexton back to the Rice Lake pulpit, as he challenges us to consider “How to Believe in God.” Asking us to consider “Is there a self-aware entity who is omnipotent, omnipresent, and beneficent?”, Thexton postulates that our society is overwhelmingly populated by people who say that they believe in “God” with a capital “G”.  What do they mean?  And, can those of us who are humanist find common ground or vocabulary with them?   Be with us at 10 a.m., December 4th as we explore these most provocative questions as a congregation.]

Arthur Thexton

Our Service begins at 10:00;  all seeking insight are welcome at BHUU, 230 W. Messenger in Rice Lake.   A free-range discussion period at 9 a.m. will focus on the question “Should Teachers be Armed?”;  both may be accessed via Zoom.  The link is sent to members, but those interested may contact for this.  Wearing masks is optional for those attending in person, although recommendations of the CDC are followed;  we do expect all to be fully vaccinated.  Gathering for fellowship & coffee after the service is encouraged.