The longest day of the year is the day of the Sun’s fullest strength, a time when we celebrate both His brightness and the first moment of release and turning toward the restful darkness of winter. At First Unitarian, Midsummer’s duality of joy and release … read more.
Speaker: Worship Associate E.N. Hill
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.
Wisdom from the world’s religious traditions counsels us to honor the revolutionary power of motherhood. Please join Rev. Jeremiah Kalendae, Seminarian E.N. Hill, Church Musician Stefan Schneider, Pianist Geoff, and Song Leader Susan Keiter for this special Mother’s Day service. There is Children’s Chapel today.
Living into our commitments to countering oppressions and anti-racism, this Sunday we will celebrate our partnership with the Ella Baker Center and local art honoring the Black Panthers. In conjunction with the Promise and Practice of our Faith Campaign, the collection will go to support Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU). Join Rev. Jeremiah Kalendae, Worship Associates E.N Hill and Elle Parks, Church Musicians Stefan Schneider and Renee Witon, the church choir, Micky Duxbury, Ella Baker Center representatives, and local mural artist Refa One, as we explore the work of countering white supremacy and co-creating the Promised Land. There is Children’s Chapel today