Our monthly service will now be on a SUNDAY!! And at 11 AM. Hopefully these two changes will make it more
convenient for those of you from all over the island!
Remember the "Annual" Church Picnic is on Sunday (August 3) at 11 AM at Luis Munoz Rivera Park in
San Juan. Please bring a dish that serves 8-10 people for some fun and camaraderie! This will be a great
opportunity to get to know one another in a less formal setting. Also, it's a great event to invite
a friend to come to!
Look for our new banner somewhere in the shade and remember Playa Escambron
is across the street in case you want some beach time!
our next Sunday service will be August 24th
And then, September 21
Please mark your calendars, we look forward to seeing you then!
The Flower communion service was created by Norbert Capek (1870- 1942), who founded the Unitarian Church in
Czechoslovakia. He introduced this special service to that church on June 4, 1923. The service was brought to the United
States in 1940 and introduced to the members of First Parish in Cambridge, Massachusetts by Dr. Capek's wife, Maja V. Capek.
This has history ritual, readings and hymns.
Today is Friendship Day, and Every Day should be , but also today is recognized as an international day of a friend, to
commemorate the anniversary of the first man on the moon every July 20. A day when all people on the Earth celebrated
Friendship! Celebrating Loyalty and Camaraderie as we follow the words of
Ralph Waldo Emerson
"To Make a Friend, you must be a Friend"
We Will Not Repeat This Evil An interfaith Worship service to discuss what can we, as individuals and as a covenanted
community, do to plan for the achievement and maintenance of a nuclear-weapon-free world. Remember those killed in the
bombings of Hiroshima & Nagasaki and those affected by its aftermath. All who were injured or killed in conflicts like young
Sadako, all who are now in harms way, including soldiers on all sides of the many conflicts that our small blue planet is now
enduring and especially the innocent civilians affected by these wars, all killed, injured or grieving because of acts of terrorism.