Author: DLRE

7/26/20 Too Many Heroes by Andrea Bumpurs

Welcome:
Good morning! Welcome to the Sunday, July 26, 2020 service of Olympia Brown Unitarian Universalist Church of Racine, Wisconsin. I am Andrea Bumpurs, a member of the Worship Committee, and I will be conducting today’s service.

 

Prelude: “Scriabin Op 16 No 1” by Anna … read more.

7/19/20 Harmony in the Key of We by Nada Kutz

Welcome – Good morning and welcome to this online worship service. Though we are apart in body, our hearts and souls are one.

 

Prelude – “Finlandia” (We Would Be One) – J. Sibelius, performed by Anna Kojovic-Frodl

 

Call to worship – Carl G. Seaburg
Let there … read more.

7/19/20 Summer RE – Clever Crows

Watch these videos about crows.

Did you know crows recognize people?

 

Crows have learned to use tools.

Wondering Questions:

Crows are great problem solvers. Can you think of ways that people solve problems?

Some problems are really difficult, and crows try the problem over and over.  What are … read more.

America the Abundantly Conflicted by Andrea Bumpurs

Prelude“Simple Gifts” arr. Jason Tonioli, performed by Anna Anna Kojovic-Frodl

Call to Worship
One of the new things Rev. Marlene brought us when she came to OBUUC was the Soul Matters program from the UUA. Each month, the UUA choses a different theme … read more.

7/5/20 Summer RE – Curious Cats

Watch this video:

Wondering Questions:
1. Like cats, people are often curious. What are some positive ways of being curious?
2. How does being curious help us learn new things?
3. Curious cats sometimes get into dangerous spots. What are some ways that people … read more.

6/28/20 Summer RE – Box Jellyfish

Box Jellyfish are beautiful but deadly. The box jellyfish is pale blue and transparent. It’s almost invisible. It moves through the water with a dancer’s gentle grace. But beware! This delicate beauty is a dangerous beast.

Box jellyfish live in waters around Australia, Hawaii, and the … read more.

6/21/20 Summer RE – Metalmark Moths

The jumping spider likes making a meal out of moths. So it’s pretty easy to understand why most moths panic when they see these spiders. The scared moths try to fly away. But the jumping spider is quick. Most of the time, the moths end … read more.