So much has changed; so much is changing still, all around us. All are welcome to FUUSB’s first in-person worship service in more than a year! We’ll share questions, stories, reflection and music together OUTSIDE the Meeting House. There will be chairs, but feel free to bring your own portable chair, or a blanket if you’d like to sit on the ground. Choose distancing that makes you comfortable and wear a mask if you prefer. It will be good to be together!
Live-streamed services begin weekly on August 15. Check the eNews for more information.
Bring the Children - Sunday, July 25
Margo Whitcomb, Faith Development Assistant
It will be wonderful to gather outdoors this coming Sunday. We will be sure to have some quiet diversions for children during the service such as fidgets, bubbles, coloring, and sidewalk chalk, should they become restless. Please bring the whole family as we re-enter the next phase of coming together. As an added bonus, please enjoy our storypath on the grounds if you arrive early or remain after.
Ann Livingston Memorial Service
A memorial service for longtime FUUSB member Ann Livingston will be held on Saturday, August 28 at 2 pm. at the First UU Society of Burlington.
Upcoming Events on Website and Realm
Mary Williams, Society Administrator
With a new congregational year beginning, just a friendly reminder to check out uusociety.org for our Featured Events listing and the Congregational Calendar, or check the events calendar in Realm! For questions about upcoming events, contact email@example.com.
And if your team is planning meetings or events that are not yet on our calendars, be sure to let Mary know. Ongoing updates on space use, the Space Use Request Form, and the Zoom Meeting Request Form are available at uusociety.org/information/space-use.
We are sad to share the news that Barry Nelson, longtime First UU Society member, passed away on June 28. Barry signed the membership book in 1997. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Nelson family.
Save the Date: VIA COVID-19 Memorial
To honor Vermonters lost to COVID-19 and to process our grief, Vermont Interfaith Action is hosting a memorial service on the Vermont Statehouse Lawn in Montpelier at 3 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 19. Please save the date. The heart of the event will be a ceremonial reading of the names so that each individual who has died of COVID-19 is recognized. In addition, clergy will offer brief interfaith prayers and readings. Governor Phil Scott and Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine have also been invited to participate. For more information, contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-651-8889.