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For Sunday November 19th

Cheryl Gardner joins us again on Sunday Nov 19th at 10:30. The topic of the sermon is "Burr Season" and the synopsis is this: Autumn is the season of completion and harvest. While we often associate it with fall fruits--the pumpkins and apples that will grace our Thanksgiving tables--I've always associated it with a less friendly autumn product: burrs. The burrs that we find sticking to our clothes in autumn carry more than seeds. They carry the message of autumn itself. Autumn, like the burrs, spurs and needles us to action after the lazy days of summer, calling us to take up the work we put aside when warm days began, and to move it toward completion." and the synopsis is this: Autumn is the season of completion and harvest. While we often associate it with fall fruits--the pumpkins and apples that will grace our Thanksgiving tables--I've always associated it with a less friendly autumn product: burrs. The burrs that we find sticking to our clothes in autumn carry more than seeds. They carry the message of autumn itself. Autumn, like the burrs, spurs and needles us to action after the lazy days of summer, calling us to take up the work we put aside when warm days began, and to move it toward completion."

The Unitarian Church is collecting personal Care items for the homeless population during November. The list of personal Care Items includes deodorant, toothbrushes, floss, shampoo, conditioner, socks, underwear, and feminine care products.

Visit www.unitarianchurchfr.org or our Facebook page for more information. Also check out our PSA (public service announcement) on youtube.
Thank you very much for coming out to our service on Sundays. If you haven't been in a while, you are missing something great. We hope to see you soon.
You are always welcome at The Unitarian Church in Fall River which is located at 309 North Main Street, Fall River, MA.

Hope that you will be able to come to our service. You will find it rewarding and interesting. Bring a friend.

Remember to check out our PSA announcement on youtube.www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RxqIBnY9kw&;feature=share

Why don't you come out and see what we are all about? You will be pleasantly surprised.

Music Sunday Piano Music will be provided by Nancy Donnelly. She will be playing the hymn selections during the service. Please come and enjoy our worship service. Our plans are to have Nancy share her talents for two Sundays every month. Nathan Dressel will be joining us to play the piano when Nancy is not here. David Reinke, playing the guitar will lead our hymn singing efforts on the Sundays when Nathan or Nancy will not be here..

Pot Luck!!

Come to the next one, on the first Sunday in December to find out what you missed and tell us all about your year long activities so far. We always have plenty to share.

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