Join us in person in the Sanctuary or online live →https://bit.ly/Sunday-Morning-Worship-at-FUCSJ
Meeting ID: 991 2292 1439 / Password: FUCSJ
By phone: 669 900 6833 US (San Jose area)
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We live in a culture that does its best to make us always want more: more money, a bigger house, a better car, the latest technology. What does it mean
to have enough, or to be enough? How might we invite ourselves into living with an awareness of the abundance already present, while also acknowledging inequity and working to ensure that there is enough (food, water, resources, time, love, justice) for everyone?
Rev. Diana McLean is a nearly lifelong Unitarian Universalist. She grew up in a military family with roots in North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Minnesota,
and has lived in three countries and twelve states so far. Her passions include reading, writing, jigsaw puzzles, photography, and travel. Her favorite job
title is Mom to her son Aidan, who is now 19. She and her wife Shay, also a UU minister, are the cofounders of an arts-based entrepreneurial ministry, Sacred Depths, which can be found at www.sacreddepths.com They currently live in Minneapolis with two cats, a dog, and many books.
Worship Leader: The Rev. Diana McLean
Worship Associate: Marnie Singer
Our Special Collection this month goes to LGBTQ