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The Offering As Hospitality

The Offering As Hospitality
Offering

I hope you all had the opportunity to meet someone new this morning, and I certainly hope to meet all our first-time guests this morning after the service. If you don't get a chance to talk to me, feel free to make use of that phone number printed on your order of service if you'd like to chat about our congregation or about Unitarian Universalism. I'm sure that our members are also willing and ready to make the same offer.

This Congregation is a theologically diverse religious community with membership open to all who are in accordance with our principles, mission and vision. We are an independent member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association, an association of approximately 1000 congregations in this country and elsewhere in the world. Our congregation is entirely self-governed and financially supported by the voluntary generosity of our members and friends. To this end, let there be an offering to sustain the work of this beloved community.

The morning offering will be gratefully received.

About the Author

Victoria Weinstein

Victoria Weinstein

The Rev. Dr. Victoria Weinstein is the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lynn, Massachusetts. She hails from Connecticut and has degrees from Northwestern University and Harvard Divinity School. She received a Doctor of Ministry degree from Andover-Newton Theological School in May 2011. Her...

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