Faith can be one of those challenging words for Unitarian Universalists. But what if faith isn’t about believing in the unbelievable, but instead an act of courageous hope in the face of ultimate uncertainty? Christian preachers of the “Prosperity Gospel” and New Age pop-theology movements … read more.
Topic: Standard Sunday Service
Things don’t always go as planned and if you really let it in, reality has a nasty habit of defying expectations. What do we do in the moments when what is clashes with how we think it should be? Can we let the unexpected lead … read more.
Last Spring, about half the congregation participated in a series of listening circles to reflect on the history of this community and share hopes and dreams for our future. This Rev. Marcus will share his reflections on those conversations and try to answer the questions, … read more.
Join us for ingathering Sunday as we celebrate coming together at the beginning of our new church year with our ritual of water and stones! In this intergenerational service, we will sing, play and make meaning together as we tell the story of a broken … read more.
The end of the season draws near. School resumes, and many of us just now begin to look ahead, planning for schedules and holidays in the months to come. Yet summertime dreams of rivers and trails, of road trips and festivals, still linger among us. … read more.
Devastating news alerts can feel like a weekly occurrence. How do we cope? Our speaker, Meg McGuire, will reflect on how grief can be a healthy response to the day-to-day experience of being alive in these times. How can opening ourselves up to grief in … read more.
The Participation Service has its roots in the Quaker Meeting. There is quiet music and introductory words at the beginning, and quiet music at the end, but in between, the silence is broken only by individuals sharing thoughts and feelings that are significant to them.
August’s “Soul Matters” packet asks the question, “How does one learn to be a trustworthy ally?” How can we help repair trust while we’re all living in an unjust society and making microaggressive mistakes? We work with some of the “Soul Matters” articles … read more.
Unitarian Universalism is different than many other religious traditions in part because individual Unitarian Universalists are encouraged to explore weighty theological questions for ourselves and to draw our own conclusions about what we believe about God, the nature and meaning of existence, and what happens … read more.
The stories we tell become the sources of our conviction. At a time when our newspapers and newsfeeds are filled with stories that can drain our energy to act in the name of Justice, it’s also important to share less-often-told stories that strengthen our hope … read more.