As a member of the Seattle Men’s Chorus, David Hart found music, the enjoyment and making of, brought some of life’s finest hours to his own life as well as others. A former Baptist minister, Dave will share his thoughts and musical talent in conducting the service at Blue Hills Unitarian Universalist fellowship Sunday February 23rd; his sermon will address “Coming Out Through Music”, offering insight and understanding.
Following time for fellowship and light snacks after the 10:00 service, the BHUU’s will gather for a monthly drum circle at 12:00 noon. All are invited to visit the fellowship, located at 230 W Messenger St in Rice Lake.
Sunday February 16th brings fellow member Judith Barisonzi to lead the 10:00 Service at Blue Hills Unitarian Universalist fellowship. Reporting on a recent Webinar series offered through our national UUA affiliation, “Small Congregations, Infinite Possibilities”, her message will seek to define the nature of small congregations. During the talk-back session, those interested will be invited to help lay the groundwork for ways a small group may build sustainable strength.
This particular Sunday also offers time for religious education offered to younger members, and is followed by the third Sunday Potluck every one is invited to attend. BHUU is located at 230 W Messenger in Rice Lake.