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April 24, 2022 | 9:00 am & 11:00 am
In the liminal state between awakening and sleep, lies a space of exploration. The mind is relaxed and open, and there is a collaborative relationship between consciousness and creativity. What opportunities lie in that messy grey space and how can we harness them? Join us for this Sunday worship service that explores the relationship between awakening and sleep, the science of consciousness, and the power of dreams.
Rev. Jennifer Nordstrom, Senior Minister
Alissa Rhode, Lead Music Director with the House Band
Rev. Kimberlee Tomczak Carlson, Minister of Religious Education
Miles Schuller, Worship Associate
Online at 10:00 am:
Join us for a 30-minute version of this Sunday Service featuring the sermon and Worship Associate story, and music curated by our music directors. To watch this version of Sunday Service, go to our YouTube site at 10:00 am.
In-Person at 9:00 & 11:00 am – COVID Safety:
Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test: All people entering the building are required to present proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test within 72 hours at the door.
Masking with Kn95 masks required for all over age 5.
Distancing 6 feet between households highly recommended.
No reservations required.
Social Hour: Join us in the Leenhouts Common Room after each service to meet friends, old and new. Masking required but coffee and tea are back!
Online social hour will be live from the Common Room! Via Zoom at 10:00 am: https://bit.ly/UUSocialHour
Parking: Our church has no parking lot. Jewish Family Services lot: JFS welcomes us to use their parking lot on Sundays. It is located 3 blocks west of the church, on Van Buren near Knapp St. Kingshead lot: On Sundays we can also use the gated parking lot on the corner of Van Buren and Knapp Streets. After you park, get a token from an usher in order to exit the lot. We also rely on street parking in our neighborhood. Here is a map with details.
First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee is a progressive church for spiritual community, social justice, and intellectual freedom. Visitors to First Church are always welcome!