December gave us exuberant rain, but January and February have been very dry. We hope it will rain and wonder about how our ancestors ceremonially solicited rain. We more scientifically-oriented people believe that we can’t control the weather. This leads us to consider just what … read more.
Speaker: Pastor Ninan
This Sunday we will join with Unitarian Universalist congregations across the country to participate in this annual tradition! Come to experience stirring music, deep-hearted reflection, and moving testimonies from a range of UU leaders.
If you’re joining us for the first time, we would like to … read more.
Rev. Soto and Journey Toward Wholeness Transformation Team offer an introduction for our community to, “Widening the Circle of Concern” a book that represents the work of the Commission on Institutional Change. We will worship together and honor the spirit of the mission of the … read more.
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.