The March Service Theme is "Journey"


March 3, 9:30am and 11:30am


Most Sundays, celebrated percussionist, social activist, music minister Matt Meyer leads worship with a different congregation in the United States. This weekend, Matt stops at our Ann Arbor congregation to lead services, followed by an open workshop on "Drumming and Spirituality."

Workshop: 1:00pm - 2:30pm (Sanctuary) Drumming and Spirituality

A hands-on rhythm workshop, tour of world instruments, and discussion. Together, we explore how and where rhythm-making and UU values intersect. Drums provided; feel free to bring your own. NOTE: This workshop is open to all, but especially designed for adults and youth ages 12 and above. No registration necessary. Free of charge. Matt Meyer has been blessed to have performed with Ysaye Barnwell (of Sweet Honey in the Rock), Pete Seeger, Emma's Revolution, Peter Mayer, Jim Scott, Nick Page, the Halalisa Singers, Samba Tremeterra, and Bloco de Afrobrazil. He has a degree in hand drumming from Berklee College of Music and has studied abroad in Cuba, Ghana, and Central America. Matt has a long background of activism and organizing for social and economic justice, and is a founding organizer of the Lucy Stone and Margaret Moseley Cooperatives, the Greater Boston Chamber of Cooperatives, and the Boston Cooperative Investment Club.


 March 10, 2019, 9:30am and 11:30am

Collage (a Collaboration of the Worship Team and YRUU)

A kaleidoscopic meditation on the journeys of life and living -- crafted and presented by our worship team and representatives of our Young Religious Unitarian Universalists group. Note: the annual worship service led exclusively by YRUU is scheduled for Sunday, May 5, 2019.


 March 17, 2019, 9:30am and 11:30am

The Journey of Nurturing Others

In many ways, we are called to help nurture and guide others, as parents, as mentors, as friends. What does the journey of nurturing others look and feel like? How can we step into it in a grounded way?



 March 24, 2019, 9:30am and 11:30am

Shamanic Journeys

Shamanism is the oldest human spiritual practice and has been found in cultures all over the world. Join us as we explore this way of knowing and experiencing the world. Note: SGD classes will not be held this Sunday; a Children's Chapel service will be offered in place of the customary class schedule.


 March 31, 2019, 9:30am and 11:30am

The Journey of Community

How do our individual journeys connect and intertwine? What might this mean as we prepare, in the month ahead, to celebrate and honor the new shared journey of ministry we travel together?




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