The Chequamegon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (CUUF) will have a service at The Gathering Barn in Ashland. Guest speaker Dr. Demian Wheeler will deliver the message titled “Spiritual but Not Supernatural: The Path of Religious Naturalism.” Dr. Wheeler is a former professor of CUUF Minister Stacy Craig. In this talk, Dr. Wheeler will introduce religious naturalism and suggest that it is a compelling spiritual path for contemporary Unitarian Universalists.
Caring for One Another During COVID-19
Children and youth are ineligible to receive the vaccination, and our guidelines for gathering will reflect our deep care for their well-being.
- If you have any COVID-related symptoms, including a fever higher than 100 degrees, a cough, or loss of taste or smell, please do not attend this gathering—but do reach out and let us know if you need anything.
- If you’ve recently traveled to a COVID hotspot or have had a known COVID exposure, please do not attend this gathering.
- Be a kind neighbor and bring a mask. If you are in close proximity with others or in conversation, just ask each other if they would like you to wear a mask.
CUUF is a Welcoming Congregation and invites people of every age, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, language, ability, religion, or cultural background to attend. For a complete description of the service and access information, please visit www.chequamegonuuf.org.