Join Us

We hope that you can join us on Sunday, May 31

for the second service in our “What Do I Believe” series:

Buddhism

Led By

David Smith

with music chosen by
Susan Powers
Piano – Ann McAlpin
Hymn Leaders – Christy Storslett & Shari Wood-Merriam

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
Building Bridges (7th-12th grade) Teen Room

Between Services
Adult Forum is on hiatus for the summer and will return in early September.

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
Service times: 9:30am and 11:30am
Hearing assistance equipment available at the Membership table

Service times are at 9:30am and 11:30am

Hobbit Camp

Save the date for Hobbit Camp!

The camp dates are June 8-12. This year’s children’s camp will celebrate both Unitarian Universalism and the world of Middle Earth. We’re going on an adventure! Adults and older youth, if you’d like to join our merry company as teachers, volunteers and counselors, please email me at [email protected] this week! Dwarves, hobbits, men and elves-all are welcome.

 

 

 

 

Millbend Coffeehouse News

Millbend Coffee House Presents

Steve Brooks
June 13th ~ 7:30pm

Steve Brooks is a force of nature. Not like a Category 5 hurricane or a 7.6 magnitude earthquake. It’s more like that invisible clump of ‘something’ that gets in your sock when you’re out hiking … and can only be felt when you put the sock back on. Steve is an award-winning songwriter-humorist-journalist with a penchant for pointing out the obvious in ways that leave you chuckling and scratching your head wondering why you never saw that connection before. So, stop by Millbend for our June concert and hear some hilarious songs and stories by one of the most talented, prolific, and uplifting wordsmiths Texas has ever produced. Talented Houston songwriter Jorge Palomarez will stop by to open the show this month with some of his own original compositions.