Usually, this would be UU History but could include civil rights or the UN or other items.
Since before recorded history, humans have acknowledged the winter solstice – that turning of the stars when the longest night of the year gives way to the growing of daylight hours – the rebirth of the new year.
Through the centuries, we humans have celebrated … read more.
Flower Communion is a uniquely UU ritual, a celebration of the beauty of life and diversity in all its forms. As we honor this tradition today, we are reminded that our world is again in need of our radical vision of one interdependent earth family. … read more.
At our seven o’clock service we celebrate the Christmas story with traditional carols, readings, and candle lighting.
Our five o’clock service is especially for children and their families. We’ll sing popular Christmas carols and tell stories about the magic of the season in our cozy fireside room. Come in pajamas if you like!
From Margaret Fuller and the suffragists in the 19th Century to Juliet Christian-Smith in the 21st Century, UU women have been advocates for change. We will celebrate the 98th year of women winning the right to vote on August 26, 1920, and explore avenues for … read more.