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The Keene Unitarian Universalist Church (KUUC) is a Welcoming Congregation. The church offers a Sunday service at 10:00 a.m. with Religious Education Classes and Child Care also available at 10:00 a.m. A Social Hour in the Parish Hall follows each service.

We are located in Keene, just past the center of town, at 69 Washington Street.  There is street parking only.  Ramp entrance from Taylor Street.

Church Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

 

Meet our Minister, Rev. Michael F. Hall

 

For more information you can call the office at

603-352-1719 x 0

or email:

office@kuuc.org

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Join us on Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM.

    

KUUC WORSHIP CALENDAR - APRIL 2015

 

APRIL WORSHIP CALENDAR   

Hymn of the Month: #168 “One More Step”


April 5: “Resurrecting Jesus”
For many people, just the idea of Jesus of Nazareth is confused and confusing, with so many layers of religious dogma, metaphysical conjecture and theological abstraction superimposed on the scant evidence of his life. On this Easter morning we will try to sift through the historical, traditional and metaphorical overlays of this curious and complex story and see what truth emerges. The choir sings and the whole community shares its Joys and Concerns.


April 12: "Going Out of My Head" 
"What does it mean when someone is "out of their head"? It can be a euphemism for not being rational. In the language of anatomy, the head is the brain - the seat of reason and sanity. Centuries of western philosophy have contributed to this sense of dualism, between the mind and the body.  But more recently, in the language of spirituality and meditation, being "in your head" is being locked up in an inner narrative.  Getting "out of your head" is liberating. So - where do I go when I go out of my head?"Our Worship Leader today is Antonia Andreoli, lay leader from the Walpole (NH) UU Church


April 19: “Happy People”
Our world is full of women and men, young and old, who are suffering, who feel out balance within themselves and in the world. Today we will explore the relationship between health and happiness and consider practices and pathways to wholeness. The adults share Joys and Concerns and we will enjoy musical offerings made by a special combined women’s choir. The children begin the morning downstairs at Children’s Chapel. 

 

April 26: “A View from the Porch”
In the West, our attitude, ideas about “self” and the way we approach any number of things from religion and education to government and business management are greatly influenced by that school of philosophy known as Stoicism. Today we look at the impact of Stoicism on our spirituality and society. This service will feature a special Multi-Generational Moment.

 

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