Fellowship of Longview
10:30 AM – Coffee, Snacks and Fellowship
11:00 AM – Service
(Discussion follows the Service)
*** Childcare for children 10 years and younger: 10:45 – 12:45 ***
Children are also welcome to stay in the sanctuary with their parents.
Sunday, January 1, 2017
More than Polyreligious
(a recorded presentation)
Moving beyond religious tourism and appropriation, Unitarian Universalist minister Jennifer Ryu explains how UU is more than just polyreligious.
Speaker: Jennifer Ryu
Next time you’re at the grocery store, pick up an extra can of tuna or jar of peanut butter or bag of rice or can of chili and bring it with you and put it in the food basket in the lobby and I will take it to Longview Community Ministries to help feed the poor and hungry of our community.
The City of Longview has partnered with local businesses to offer glass recycling of bottles and jars at several drop-off locations throughout the community.
At each location, glass bottles and jars may be deposited into 95-gallon carts with yellow lids; however, other kinds of glass such as lights bulbs, mirrors, and auto glass cannot be accepted. Glass Recycling Drop-Off Locations for bottles and jars:
- Broughton Recreation Center – 801 MLK Blvd
- Gregg County Precinct 2 – 3211 W Marshall Ave # A, (behind the building by the dumpsters)
- Hometown Hardware – 1341 Heritage Blvd, on the West side of the building
- Lowes – 3313 N Fourth Street, by the entrance door
- Hardin’s True Value – 106 Delwood Dr, behind the building
- City of Longview Compost Facility – 2020 Swinging Bridge Road
Religious Society of Friends
The Quakers meet in the building at the back of our parking lot
on the 1st and 3rd Sundays at 2 p.m.
All are welcome to attend.
Contact Susan Hughes: email@example.com