“Incarnation, Proximity, Narrative, Discomfort & Hope”. The word incarnate literally means “to make flesh.” How do we put flesh on the bones of our activism so that it makes a real difference. Bryan Stevenson, founder of the Equal Justice Initiative and author of Just Mercy … read more.
Rev. Sheri Prud'homme
With a spark of imagination and the willing participation of many children and youth, we will bring to life, right before our eyes, the Christmas Story as told in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke. Come and let this ancient story warm your heart. … read more.
Among the sources of our living tradition are the spiritual teachings of Earth-centered traditions which celebrate the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in harmony with the rhythms of nature. In the depths of the winter, we recognize the holy in … read more.
“Sustenance for Our Souls”. This Bread Communion Sunday, Crescendo Choir will bless us with music that embodies the spirit of our most sacred values. The first line of one of the songs reads “For everyone born: a place at the table. For everyone born: clean … read more.
Rev. Sheri, Pastor Jacqueline, and Worship Associate Kem Tetlow will lead our community through a celebration of Day of the Dead. Our children and youth are with us for the entire worship service. We will honor some of the ancestors of our congregation as well … read more.
Sunday, September 23, 2018… “Both And, People, Places & Experiences”
Are we enough? Am I enough? To think that I am enough, is this arroganance? Is any person, any place, any experience enough? Perhaps it is BOTH AND…enough and there is room for more. Please join … read more.
Sun., Sept 9, Water Communion
Unitarian Universalist minister and activist Rev. Kathleen McTigue in her prose invites us “to resist the headlong tumble into the next moment, taking time to look into one another’s faces and see there communion: the reflection of our own eyes.” … read more.
Each year in the spring we join with Unitarian Universalist congregations all across our country to honor our graduating high school seniors in a Bridging Ceremony. We take time to celebrate these young people’s accomplishments, to hear from them about their growing up years at First Unitarian, and to symbolically create a bridge which they will cross. The Band “Something and Maybe Everything” will offer music. This is a Multigenerational Service.
Join us for a festival of music, poetry and reflections on the impact of music on spirituality and the human condition. Joyful Noise will open the service with their final performance until the autumn and this will be the Crescendo Choir final service of the year! Please join our talented Church Musicians Stefan Schneider and Renee Witon and Rev. Jeremiah Kalendae, Rev. Sheri Prud’homme, and Worship Associate Jim Briggs for this special service. New members will also be welcomed into the church during our Ingathering Ceremony. There will be Children’s Chapel.
Our annual flower communion reminds us of the holy beauty of the diversity and abundance of creation. Come celebrate all that we hold together in community. This Sunday is also our spring child dedication. Joyful Noise and the Chancel Choir will be with us.
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