Unitarian Universalist Church of the Palouse


420 East Second Street, PO Box 9342 Moscow, Idaho 83843 Phone: (208) 882-4328

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This Month’s Theme: Intention

January 7, 10:00 am Inviting Epiphanies
Service Leader: Rev. Elizabeth Stevens
Celebrant: Luisa Graden
Clarity (about who we are and what we are called to do) can be elusive. We depend on ‘a-ha’ moments of insight - on epiphanies that flame into our consciousness like shooting stars. What can we do to increase the number of these moments in our lives? And how can we make sure we don’t miss them?

January 14, 10:00 am Make Me an Instrument
Service Leader: Rev. Elizabeth Stevens
Celebrant: Fran Rodriguez
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., we’ll reflect on how to embody peace and justice in our living. The Prayer of St. Francis, “Make me an instrument of thy peace…” will serve as our road map.

January 21, 10:00 am Intention
Service Leader: Dan Schmidt
Dan Schmidt reflects on the UUA subject for the month of January: Intention. We can be caught up in living our busy, happy, sometimes troubled lives.  Taking the time to practice the discipline of intention should unburden us.

January 28, 10:00 am This I Resolve—These Are My Intentions
Worship Associates: Tom Woodrum, Peggy Jenkins, & Nancy Nelson
The service will be hosted by the Worship Committee. The weeks before this service will allow us to focus, first, on the hopes of the season that brings our old year to a close and the intentions we develop for a new start in a new year. We will, once again, share the views of some of you on what intentions they have for the year and their plans for making their intentions come to life. We hope this service may give us all a glimmer of purpose and direction that our lives might grow and prosper in this next year and beyond. New Years Resolutions, some of which might not bear direct fruit, never-the-less might shed some light on the actual path to a successful year and life. May we all be blessed by our shared journeys and remember that Hope is the seedbed for tomorrows possibilities.