We meet for communal celebration at 10:30 a.m. on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 835 N. Trade St., Tyon, NC
August 6, 2017
Rev. Dr. Marc Mullinax
Kintsugi is the Japanese art of fixing pottery with gold lacquer; the cracks that remain visible – the breakage and repair – are understood to be a part of the object’s history and therefore beautiful. Our autobiographical “cracks” contribute to an aesthetic wholeness…holiness. Breakage and repair are the graced history of a person. Join us on August 6 as we think together about how our checkered autobiographies are exactly what this world may need at the critical moment. Need light? Just look within where we – at some point – failed and needed (like Humpty-Dumpty) to be put back together again.
August 20, 2017
Rev. Jeff Jones
A Few of My Favorite Things:
A Personal Journey with Voluntary Simplicity
Downsizing is often seen as a rite-of-passage as we get older. But what if living with fewer material possessions was a way of life? And as I will suggest in my sermon, material clutter is not the only baggage we might carry with us in life.
Some TBUUF service recordings are available at TBUUF’s Youtube Channel.
What One Can Learn from World Religions, Prof. Marc Mullinax – October 1, 2017
Are We Rome? – May 7, 2017- Rev. Michael Carter
A Church Without Walls 3-19-17 ( New Member Sunday) – Rev. Michael Carter
The Politics of Human Nature – 3/5/17- Rev. Michael Carter
Uncivil War – 2/19/17 – Rev. Michael Carter
Holding a Grudge – 2/5/17 – Rev. Michael Carter
Fit For A King – 1/15/17 – Rev. Michael Carter
Breaking the Old, Breaking in the New – 1/1/17 – Dr. Marc Mullinax