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The Unitarian Universalist Church is looking toward the future, and its congregation is taking part in determining the future’s shape and appearance.A series of mini townhall meetings have been held Feb. 7, 10 and 17 to gather church members’ input.The Rev. John Cullinan said the meetings are looking for responses on three questions: what to do with the physical space, should the church add a second service on Sunday and what changes should be made to the annual stewardship program?He added it is too soon to tell what the answers to these questions are. The information from the meetings will be given to the Building Our Future Task Force, which will determine what direction should be taken.Nancy Tenbrink, co-chairperson for the task force, said taskfoce received a lot of input about possibly offering two services instead of one. The feedback was positive and negative.For instance, Tenbrink said, the church gets crowded during the Sunday service. Congregation members noted the church could be more welcoming to new members if there were enough room, which a second service could offer.Additionally, other members were interested in having a larger variety of services such as a musical service, Tenbrink said.“(We could) accommodate a wider variety of tastes if we had more than one service,” she said.Not everyone supported a second service.
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