In person Sunday Services have been suspended until further notice.
Virtual services will be shared online and via our email list.
UPCOMING VIRTUAL SERVICE — March 29, 2020
“YOU MATTER: Our Spiritual Call to Celebrate Difference and Cherish Diversity”
Rev. Mary Frances Comer and Holly Brown, Ministerial Intern
Today we honor Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV), an annual event dedicated not only to celebrating trans individuals but also to raising awareness and providing education as we seek to honor one of the aspects of our mission here at PUUC: Cherishing Diversity.
This month’s Shared Offering Plate Recipient:
Family Crisis Council of Rowan County
This month, our shared offering will go to the Family Crisis Council of Rowan County. They offer a 24-hour crisis line, Victim Advocates (including Spanish speaking Advocates), emergency shelter for victims (and their children) of domestic or sexual assault for up to 30 days. They provide counseling services, support groups for children. Their court advocates help victims navigate the court system, and they have advocates available all day, every day of the year for hospital accompaniment. Finally, they help connect survivors to community resources and offer Community and Professional Education to raise awareness of sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking. ALL of their services are FREE of charge. For more information, you may visit their website at Family Crisis Council of Rowan County – Offering Shelter, Support, and Advocacy http://fccrowan.org/.
March 22, 2020
“Earth Day Contemplations: Everything That Is”
Rev. Mary Frances Comer
for the 2019 and 2020 church year
August: World Religions
March 15, 2020
“Springtime: A Reminder of Hope and Renewal”