Author: Christine Davidson

Featured Announcements -4/19/19

IMPORTANT 

NEW MEMBER CEREMONY and POTLUCK

Are you a new member? Have you been through the Path to Membership class and been thinking about joining? Now’s the time! There will be a new member welcoming ceremony at each service this Sunday, April 28, with a New Member … read more.

Societal Effects of White Privilege

Sunday, April 14th, 12:45pm-2pm

Join us for a panel discussion exploring: racism vs bias, institutional racism and trends.

Panel Members
Noel Williams, associated with B.R.E.A.D and past association with the ACLU
Katelin Hansen, PHD, Strategic Initiatives Director for Community Development for All People
Tina Pierce PHD, CEO … read more.

Announcements – 3/22/19

This Sunday, March 24: Our First UU Youth will present In Each Thing and Every Time. We are each seeking truth and meaning in our lives; that’s the keystone principle of Unitarian Universalism. But where do we actually find the deep truths that transform us, … read more.

Announcements – 3/29/19

This Sunday, March 31: Rev. Dr. Marian Stewart will present From Where We Sit. What is the view of the world from where we sit? What is the view we see on Sundays? Does it matter? What does it mean? Turns out, where we sit can … read more.

Announcements – 3/15/19

Special Note: The Celebration for renaming Fellowship Hall in honor of Art and Gracie Beach has been postponed. A new date and time will be announced soon.

This Sunday, March 17: Rev. Dr. Marian Stewart presents “truth at the Edge.” What happens when we are right? Or … read more.

Announcements – 3/8/19

This Sunday, March 10: Ministerial Intern Amanda Hays, Rev. Dr. Marian Stewart, Rev. Eric Meter, and class participants will present What I Learned in Beloved Conversations. What has been happening with our anti-racism program, Beloved Conversations? What have we learned? What will we do about … read more.

Announcements – 3/1/19

This Sunday, March 3: Rev. Eric Meter will present Counting the Stars. In the scope of the cosmos, each of us is a rather small part of the much, much larger whole. That said, sometimes realizing that we don’t have to carry the universe on … read more.