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We hope that you can join us on Sunday, April 26

The Existential Questions – Why?, Where?, What?
– as Revealed by Robotics (With Real Robots Present!)

The existential questions: Where am I? Where am I going? What is my goal? are all practical issues in creating a robot. The answers for a robot project reveal much about human existence and living. As an illustration of the robotic inspiration for this sermon see this.

By Guest Speaker
Rud Merriam

with music by
Paul Klein and Klay Vage

Religious Education this Sunday:
9:30 Service:
Spirit Play (preK-K) Room 7
Explorers I (1st-3rd grade) Room 3
Explorers II (4th-6th grade) Room 10
This I Believe Credo Project (7th-12th grade) Teen Room
Between Services
Adult Forum: UU University: Finding Our Common Wealth
A video presentation from Chuck Collins, senior scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies
and director of IPS’s Program on Inequality and the Common Good.
Forum is held in the Garden Room between services, 10:35 -11:25.
11:30 Service:
Spirit Play (preK-K) Room 7
Explorers I (1st-3rd grade) Room 3
Explorers II (4th-6th grade) Room 10
YRUU (senior high youth group, 9th-12th grade) Teen Room
Childcare is available for younger children during and between services, and the family room will be open to parents and guardians who would like to continue to listen to the service while tending to their children’s needs.
Hearing assistance equipment available at the Membership table




Service times:  9:30am and 11:30am

Mega Rummage Sale!

Northwoods Rummage Sale
We will be hosting our annual Rummage sale on Saturday, April 18.  The sale starts at 7am and goes on until about noon.  We have all the good stuff: furniture, sports equipments, household goods, and much more!
Show up early to get the best selection.  Show up later to get the best deals.
1370 North Millbend, The Woodlands, 77380



Millbend Coffeehouse News

Millbend Coffee House Presents

Cindy Scott
May 9th ~ 7:30pm

Cindy has walked a different path from the average jazz singer. Born and raised in a house full of music and musicians, she went to LSU on a music scholarship. Uncertain about life as a professional musician, Cindy got an MBA, and eventually found herself in Houston climbing the corporate ladder by day and playing jazz clubs by night. In 2005, she traded a successful business career for a life devoted to music and moved to New Orleans to finally pursue a musical career. There, Cindy has found a happy marriage between her straight-ahead jazz roots and the musical gumbo that pervades New Orleans, and she is now firmly rooted in the rich and diverse music scene of the Crescent City. Northwood’s own Mollie McMills will provide the opener for this concert.