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We hope that you can join us on
Sunday, August 30, 2015 for

Celebrate our FAITH- Say YES to Life!
Our Unitarian roots feed our belief in the goodness of Humanity; our Universalist roots feed our belief in the goodness of “that which we call God/the Universe/our Source.” The faith we share is a fundamental Confidence in Life and is more an Attitude than a Belief!

by Guest Speaker
Sheila Dowell

with music by
The Flute Choir

Religious Education this Sunday:

Children K-6: Turning Points RE Class in the Garden Room

Childcare will be provided in the nursery for younger children.
Hearing assistance equipment available at the Membership table.

We have returned to our regular sermon schedule:

9:30am – First Service

10:30am – Coffee and Conversation

11:30am – Second Service

A Lot to Look Forward To:

September will start with a bang! If you are new to our church, or have been looking for something fun to do, you are invited!

September 4 – 6: Art Change Out

The Avant Garden Gallery will be changing out. Artists! This is your time to shine. Bring in those beautiful, handmade items to be displayed and sold in our gallery.

September 6: Cake Decorating Contest and Silent Auction

Kids! Your directives are simple! Bake and decorate a cake, and bring it to church on September 6. The contest has lots of categories and lots of prizes. Cakes will be auctioned off for the benefit of the church.

September 12: Avant Garden Gallery Reception and Millbend Coffeehouse

Artists of Northwoods and the Woodlands Art League invite you to view their art. Enjoy refreshments, appetizers, and the company of the artists from 6pm – 7:30pm. If you can, stay for the Millbend Coffeehouse folk concert.

September 13: Welcome Brunch for Our New Interim Minister, Reverend Donna Renfro

What better way to welcome Rev. Donna back to Texas than a breakfast taco brunch, between services on Sunday, September 13. Bring fruit, breakfast breads, or juices to share.




Millbend Coffeehouse News

Millbend Coffeehouse Presents

Suzanne Buirgy
September 12th @ 7:30pm
Suzanne Buirgy writes and sings with an emotional honesty that captivates and engages her audiences in a way few artists are able to accomplish. On her own since she was 15, she had to learn a lot from the school of hard knocks, and her music shares those lessons and experiences in a way that touches both heart and soul. Suzanne is an accomplished musician and songwriter, with a dynamic style that is perfectly matched with her soaring and powerfully beautiful voice. Gabriel Bata, a singer-songwriter from The Republic of Cameroon will open this concert with music influenced by his experiences in Africa, Europe and the US.