Our Schedule of Services and Events

 

Our Services begin at 11 am on Sundays with fellowship and refreshments following.  Please remember to bring donations of shelf-stable foods and canned goods to add to our greater collection for our local food bank and feminine hygiene products for the Homeless Period Project.  

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  • Homeless Period Packing Party 6pm
    6:00 PM-8:30 PM
    09-05-18

    All Souls Waccamaw UU Church, South Carolina 707, Myrtle Beach, SC, United States

    All Souls Waccamaw UU Church, South Carolina 707, Myrtle Beach, SC, United States

    Join us for our monthly packing party. Donations welcome throughout the month.

    You may think of your period as an annoyance but can you imagine not having pads/tampons every month? Did you know that feminine hygiene products are the least donated products to homeless shelters? Did you know that many girls in our schools do not have access to these necessities? For many the implications of living without these necessary supplies are serious… it’s the difference between attending school or work, between peace of mind and humiliation or between infection and health.

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  • *** Cancelled*** Leaving Cuba – Our journey to American Presented by Ely Moore
    11:00 AM-12:00 PM
    09-23-18

    All Souls Waccamaw UU Church, South Carolina 707, Myrtle Beach, SC, United States

    All Souls Waccamaw UU Church, South Carolina 707, Myrtle Beach, SC, United States

  • Building Bridges: Humanism “Just us… and everything else.” Presented by Pamela Ray
    11:00 AM-12:00 PM
    09-23-18

    All Souls Waccamaw UU Church, South Carolina 707, Myrtle Beach, SC, United States

    All Souls Waccamaw UU Church, South Carolina 707, Myrtle Beach, SC, United States

    Terms and Fundamental Precepts

    1. Humanists believe religion is a product of human history and culture. (God did not invent religion; people invented religion

    2. This is the only life we know of and understand. (Whatever we may think happens after we die, Humanists agree this life on earth is the only life we can be sure of—the one we experience, understand, and can take responsibility for.)

    3. We—and no other, supernatural force—are each responsible for ourselves, for others, and for the Earth.

    4. We have values, ethics, and a sense of right and wrong which we activate without threats of judgment, punishment, or reward from a supernatural force.

    5. Reason, logic and our own observations and experiences are the natural and valid bases for human knowledge.

    6. We should be agents of peace and justice. Religious Humanists believe meaning-making and ethical living are strengthened when sought in community.

    Terms

    Religious Humanism—a humanist philosophy within a religious tradition.

    Secular Humanism—a humanist philosophy fully separate from religious tradition or beliefs.

    Ethical Society/Ethical Culture Society—a humanistic religious and educational movement inspired by the ideal that the supreme aim of human life is working to create a more humane society. No centralized organization; all societies are independent.

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