As the new year rolls in, reflecting on the opportunity for reconciliation and transformation calls us forward. This service invites us to explore what it means to stay connected through struggle and change. What do we do when relationships and covenant are broken? Join … read more.
Given the complexity of racial justice in our country, it’s possible than any mention of privilege would lead folks to think of white privilege and whether or not they think that is real. We won’t be specifically focusing on that, but rather, spend time … read more.
In the beginning of the new year, we care for ourselves and support each other by taking time to honor and remember those we have lost this past year. This Sunday is the annual Tolling of the Bells to honor those who have passed … read more.
Enter into the New Year with a resetting of intentions to embrace gratitude, give ourselves and others spaciousness, and lean into appreciating our gifts. Jeffrey Melcher leads the service and we will receive a homily from UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray.
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A great and joyful event: 6:00 pm – Family Zoom celebration of Christmas. Join us for stories, songs, and fun to explore the blessings of Christmas. Folks of every age and stage of life are invited; this service will be shaped to welcome participation … read more.
Join us for celebrating the meaning of Yule in this season, along with imagining how this season of moving from night to dawn offers joy and possibilities to our community. Wear your Christmas sweater, beautiful or ugly, and prepare by thinking of ways that … read more.
It is said that the world is in a state of bankruptcy, that the world owes the world more than [it] can pay [. . .] I do not think this general insolvency [. . .] to be the reason of the difficulty experienced … read more.
Join Emily Stoper and Marilyn McMahon to explore social class divisions in our country, along with their economic roots and political results – and how we as Unitarian Universalists can work to … read more.
English poet of the Romantic Age, William Blake, said that, “Joy and woe are woven fine, a clothing for the soul divine. Under every grief and pine, runs a joy with silken twine.” Join us in a service that holds both the ups and … read more.