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We like to believe that we are the architects of our own lives. But human culture, linguistics, and brain science indicate that many of the beliefs and assumptions that shape us and guide us are operating without our awareness. Humans use metaphorical thinking to provide structure and order to our thoughts, and it’s easy to find ourselves being pulled by these structures into assumptions and decisions that are out of step with our values. Join us as we explore together how to bring greater mindfulness to the ways we build meaning in our lives and communicate the values that make up our worldview.

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In-person worship starts at 10:30 am at United Unitarian Universalist Congregation506 N Washington Ave, Waukesha 53188 with visitors welcomed from Lake Country Unitarian Universalist Church (LCUUC) and Unitarian Universalist Church West (UUCW). There will be no service at UUCW, the building will be closed.

About UUUC’s Pulpit Guest: The Rev. Scott Gerard Prinster is a physicist, Unitarian Universalist minister, and doctoral student at the University of Wisconsin, where he is completing his dissertation on the historical relationships between science and religion in America.

UUUC is hosting a Potluck Sunday – no sign-ups or theme, just a true potluck. Bring your casserole, freshly baked bread, an appetizer, or favorite snack. Exchanging food items is the purest kind of love we can share!

Carpool to United UU! Please meet in UUCW’s east parking lot at 9:15 am. After confirming drivers, cars will depart at 9:30 am for United UU.

Accessibility: The main door is wheelchair accessible. A ramp runs along the side of the building, starting at the handicapped parking at the back of the lot.

Childcare: An outdoor activity will be offered for children and youth if weather permits otherwise, it will be held indoors.

Or watch the service online at https://uucw.org/livestream/

United UU’s community partner is African American Round Table
The African-American Roundtable is an assembly of partners led by and serving Milwaukeee’s Black community. Its mission is to organize, nurture and transform Black leaders to build power in service of Black liberation. AART’s vision statement: AART is a joyful, political hoje for Black people to thrive in liberated, interconnected communities. Donate online here: https://aartmke.org/donate

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