Sunday Services:
Provided by our ministers, guest speakers and lay-led clergy.

As of September 2014, services returned to their traditional start time of 11:00AM and are followed by Coffee Hour.   

On the second Sunday of each month, the service is followed by a potluck meal.


                                                                                  
Lakeland Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
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231 Parish Drive • Wayne, NJ 07470
(973) 696-6362


Sunday, Oct. 19th        

11 AM


A Long Strange Trip

The centerpiece of this week's service 

will be a special video journey through UU history.   Though we may identify as Unitarian Universalist, how many of us really know our history, or that our beginnings were stirring during the time of Christ?


Through the presentation of this DVD film set, which we began last week, we will learn together about what is titled "A LONG STRANGE TRIP." 


 
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Welcome Back Message 
from
Carol Swift and Pat Kneisel
LUUF Co-Presidents


“Welcome Home” to the LUUF, a place of community, spiritual growth and social justice.  As we began our regular 2014 - 2015 Sunday morning services, Co-Presidents Pat Kneisel and Carol Swift  laid out a vision for the LUUF's future in the new season and beyond.


They called on members to celebrate a renewal of community and intent to thrive together.  Carol and Pat presented the role of communication in fostering loving relationships, and how intent and our Principles will help us to discover a common vision going forward.  

All who are interested are encouraged to click on the "Past Sermons" tab to read the full texts of their inspiring talks.


 





Unitarian Universalism is a liberal tradition in which congregants are encouraged to find the commonality and truth in many religious teachings while fostering strong roots in community and service.  

Our shared practices in this tradition include the lighting of the chalice, the observance of the
7 Principles and a connection to the
5 Smooth Stones of Liberalism



COMMUNITY ORGANIC GARDEN UPDATE:
The fruits (and veggies) of the LUUF Garden Committee's labor are making a big impact.  Thanks to a funding grant and a dedicated team of hard-working gardeners, our fresh, healthy vegetables are being shared with clients of the Wayne Interfaith Network Food Pantry. The LUUF is happy to see its efforts address an important need in the surrounding community.   


LUUF SUPPORTS THE PEOPLE'S CLIMATE MARCH IN NYC

The regular Sunday service was canceled on Sept. 21st, to encourage LUUF members to take part in what turned out to be the largest climate march in history.  Many LUUFers did attend the enormous event in NYC and a few snapped photos for sharing (below).
For much more info on the historic event go to the following website:
www.peoplesclimate.org
 

 LUUF members unanimously passed resolutions to adopt these defining declarations about our Fellowship:


MISSION STATEMENT

LUUF’s mission is to seek and share the light of truth through the warmth of love in community as we work in behalf of our commitment to peace.

We accomplish our mission by

* Building a UU community that empowers our fellowship creating lay-led clergy

* Promoting, embracing, nurturing our UU principles and traditions in our relationships with one another, our communities and the world at large

* Welcoming and honoring diversity, and

* Promoting peace and social justice at home and abroad by serving with compassion and commitment


VISION STATEMENT

LUUF’s vision is to build a spiritual community devoted to peace, social justice, the environment and philanthropy guided by our UU principles and traditions. LUUF will strive to provide spiritual guidance and growth for all generations and welcome and honor diversity. We work toward becoming a conscientious community with a progressive voice.


COVENANT

We will:

* Speak the truth with love and kindness

* Listen deeply without interruption

* Trust in good faith and intention, and speak well of one another

* Take responsibility to create a community of encouragement,  compassion and hospitality

* Respect differences in belief, age, race, gender, sexual orientation  and personality

* Support the congregation, its activities, and the care-taking of the  Fellowship with our time, talent and treasure

* Make decisions democratically

* Include spiritual practices in all Fellowship meetings



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