[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]If you’re following COVID trends, it’s not such good news.
If you watched the supreme court this week and its decision around access to birth control, also….not good news.
If you are looking for leadership around kids in school this fall, it’s definitely not good news.
The search for hope and happiness these days can be a hard haul. Which is why we decided to spend the next few weeks focused on messages of good news!
Over the next six Sundays we’ve invited Unitarian Universalist colleagues from all across the country to share their UU message of good news for today. Each of our colleagues responded to this invitation in their own way, locating hope in a different source, and yet still grounded in the living tradition of Unitarian Universalism.
Each of the services will be co-hosted by one of our ministers, and we will continue to feature testimony and offerings from you, our Foothills community. And – this is a great opportunity for you to hear from ministers from other congregations about where they see hope in our faith.
We start this Sunday with a message from Rev. Hannah Roberts Villnave. As a lifelong UU, Rev. Hannah shares her perspective on the gifts and the challenge of being given no constraints on the notion of God.
We hope this series will offer you an anchor and some constant encouragement in the midst of this summer’s continuing uncertainty – and we also hope it’ll provide some foundations for any newcomers. In other words, this is a great series to invite a friend who has been UU-curious for a while to join us. We’ll kick it off this Sunday at 9 & 11.
See you there for some much needed good news!