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We are commited to affirming the inherent worth and dignity of all people:

We support the full rights and participation of our bisexual, transgender, gay, lesbian and genderqueer members and friends;

West Shore is committed to being an anti-racist, anti-oppressive, multicultural congregation.

Welcome to West Shore
Unitarian Universalist Church

"Our Mission is to inspire more people
to lead lives of meaning and purpose."


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WORSHIP SERVICES
9:30 & 11:15 a.m.


Youth Sunday, April 26, 2015

Can We Be Anything We Want?

Service Offered by Members of Junior Church

The service on March 1st featured a reading from a venture capitalist explaining why telling young people that they can be anything they want is not necessarily a good thing. From his point of view, that kind of pie-in-the-sky pabulum does our youth a disservice by distracting them from more "realistic" preparation for their future money-earning careers. What do the young people think about this topic? Are we over-inflating their expectations; selling them on unreachable dreams; putting too much pressure on them? Do our youth think that believing in possibilities is dangerous or freeing? Come and hear what the youth have to say about wanting, being, doing, and their futures.

Morning Forum at 10:30 am. The Painter & The Philosopher with Anne Obradovich, WSUUC

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