Singing: Why some people love it and why others panic at the thought. What's so great about singing anyway?
After the service on August 25th, Tom Tyre will facilitate a special community sing called "Sing UBUNTU: A Come As You Are Song Gathering."
What is this all about?
A Community Sing
Where will it be?
UU Congregation of the Lowcountry
110 Malphrus Road, Bluffton, SC 29926
Sunday, August 25, 2019
1:00 — 2:30 pm
For the sheer JOY of it
Come as you are. No experience needed.
All songs will be taught “by ear”
$10.00 — $15.00 Donation Suggested
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You can also Email Bethany Bert at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Click below do download the UBUNTU - "Come As You Are Song Gathering."
August 18, 2019 Service: “Every Long Journey” Rev. Linda Slabon with Dr. Toni Tollerud *Audio and Video*
Curiosity is a gift but to act on it requires courage. Empathy is a skill and to learn it enables us to move from a place of shame to a place of compassion and courage. Come listen to the voices of curiosity, empathy, and courage in the songs we sing, in the meditative music of crystal tone bowls, and in the words of Rev. Linda’s sermon, “Every Long Journey.”
This service was live streamed on Facebook. You can view a recording of the service by visiting the following link:
August 11, 2019 Service: "An Openness To Changing The World?" Rev. Pat Jobe with Special Guest Rev. Gary Phillips *Audio and Video*
Since UU's have always done it, let's look at ways to change the world one more time. White privilege, white supremacy, white culture still dog the steps of persons of color in an America marred by mass incarceration, police violence, racial discrimination in housing, employment, education, medical care, and simply the ways we see each other. Two white preachers who cut their teeth in the civil rights struggles of their high school days will ask us again into the arena of social change. Rev. Gary Phillips and Rev. Pat Jobe, friends for 49 years, will share stories and thoughts from the black-brown-white structures of history and modern life.
Our life journey may be narrow... and safe. Or wide open...and a bit scary. A hallway or the front door?
This service was live streamed. A recording of the service can be viewed on our Facebook Page by clicking the following link:
Click below to listen to an audio recording of this service.