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Rev. Jake Morrill, leading worship Ajahn Punnadhammo, guest speaker As we reflect on the story of the Golden Calf, from the Book of Exodus, and the theme of idolatry, well receive the wisdom from the Buddhist tradition on the virtue of non-attachment. Guest speaker Ajahn Punnadhammo is a Buddhist monk who is visiting East Tennessee in early October, and ORUUC is blessed to be on his itinerary of teaching. Come to consider your own attachments, your own idols, and how you might release them.


9:45 Yearly registration for Youth Faith Formation Parents, please complete a blue form, available in the Hearth Room and pick up a copy
of this years Faith Formation Booklet. Thanks to those who have already registered. 9:45Nursery (ages 0 3) toys, music, snack, laps, stories, laughter, and love Susan Rosenbaum, Childcare Director, Room 104 9:45Preschool (ages 3-5) toys, art, music, dance, stories, chalice lighting, snack, fun Room 107 *9:55Call to Worship 10:00Worship Adults as well as children, kindergarten and older, begin in the service. Children are sung out to Childrens Worship They rejoin their families during Closing Song. Sanctuary, Room 102 11:00Fellowship beverages, light snacks, and conversation Social Hall *11:15Faith Formation --Newcomers Welcome! Spirit Play (kindergarten -2nd gr.) Faith in Action (3rd-4th gr Middle School (5th -8th gr.) Senior High Youth Room 102 Room 120 Room 119 Room 117

Adults Owning Your Religious Past (5th of 5 sessions; only for those who have previously attended) reflection on the religion of your childhood in order to process strong feelings and find some peace and closure Kim Kasten & Jake Morrill Sanctuary The Art of Unitarian Universalist Parenting Circle up with other parents to discuss respect based on Respectful Parents, Respectful Kids, , a book the group is processing together (do not need to have read) Social Hall Reflections reflection on todays worship service Room 100 *12:15Faith Formation Concludes: Parents, please collect Nursery & Preschool children & join Spirit Play & Faith in Action Closing Circles.

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Sunday at 9:00 am Activities Fair


Saturday, Oct. 22Pansies for Peacea social justice event of Westside Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville, TN to raise awareness of sexual violence locally and globally. Funds raised will support the Sexual Assault Center of East Tennessee, and the Panzi Foundation USA, which supports the Panzi Hospital and Maison Dorcas (a recovery/transition facility) in the Congo. A Pansy Sale 9am-3pm Dinner, Jazz, and a Live Auction 7:00 pm. Tickets $100 a plate or $500 for a table of 6 deadline Oct. 2. Sunday, Oct. 23 Founders of Panzi Foundation will speak at Knoxville Museum of Art. Saturday, Nov. 19, 8am-5pm CPR, First Aid and AED Class Offered Cost: $36.50 per person, bring your own lunch, and a pencil to take the test with (and notes if you want)! Please contact Betsy Bauer (, 482-5324) to register. Deadline to register is October 16.

Monday, October 3, 10:30 am Covenant Group meets at Greenfields 1st and 3rd Mondays, in the library on the first floor. Contact: Barbara Keeler. 3:30 pm Tabithas Table-Off site. ORUUC's Red Team helps cook, serve, deliver and clean up the community meal at Robertsville Baptist Church. Contact April Dixon or Judy Van Winkle. 6:30 pm Ball Room Dance Social Hall Wed., Oct. 5, 5:45pm Worship Rev. Jake Bohstedt Morrill. At this mid-week service, we gather out from the tasks and distractions of the week, to sing, to be in the quiet, and to reflect with each other. From You I Receive: You may know the hymn, "From you I receive, to you I give, together we share, and from this we live." This simple statement describes the basic premise of life together, out from the isolation of modern society and into the adventure of relationship with one another, and with the Holy. On this Wednesday, all are invited to share in a Unitarian Universalist pluralist worship that includes the Christian rite of communion. 7:00 pm Choir Rehearsal Thurs., Oct. 6, 5:45pmPot Luck Friday, Oct. 7 , 8:30 amGardening Grounds Committee 6:00 pm Family First Groups

________________________________________________ If you need transportation, are ill and need support, or need home-health or baby equipment, please call the Caring Coordinators for the month of October: Aubrey Wick-Sebastian 567-1453 Maureen Hoyt 483-8375

Making Up is Hard to Do Sunday, October 9, 10:00 AM Rev. Jake Bohstedt Morrill, leading worship The old song says, "Breaking up is hard to do," but that's not exactly true. Breaking up is easy--it's neat and clean. There are even instructions on how to do it. What's more difficult, what takes more maturity, isn't breaking up. It's making up. On this day, we'll ponder the power of forgiveness.