Join us for our annual Thanksgiving service where we pause for gratitude and share in the bounty of community.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Marian Stewart
Rev. Dr. Marian Stewart is Senior Minister at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus
The world is challenging and at times we don’t know where to turn. The question for today is, Where do you find hope? If you were to write a letter about hope to younger generation(s), what wisdom would you offer? Email your letter (100-250 words) … read more.
As we delve into our Unitarian Universalist third source, wisdom from the world’s religions, we pull forward what informs us now. And, we ask how does it help us going forward.
Special service featuring guest speaker/musician Eric Gnezda. Eric Gnezda is an Emmy-nominated TV journalist and creator and host of the television series, Songs at the Center, airing on PBS.
In this seson of the Jewish High Holy days, we will take lessons of Yom Kippur and weave them into the launch of our series on our UU sources. This week, we will look at our second source, the Words and Deeds of Prophetic [People].
This is our faith. It is ours. It is grounded in direct experience, prophecy, wisdom from world religions, teachings on love, reason, and nature. It is also a prophetic voice for the future. This sermon launches a series of sermons on our six UU sources. … read more.
UU congregations are not defined by creed but by covenant. Instead of being bound by archaic creeds or legalistic contracts, covenants are living promises to each other and the world. Since ancient times, covenants have been made and made again, testifying to their power. What … read more.
A big welcome to one and all. Come, let’s look at where we are and cast a vision that is real, has impact, and is filled with hope. It begins today!
Remember to bring your water from this past year: From travels, from important moments, from your home, wherever you’ve collected it; bring it to mingle with the waters of our community.
All ages service, there will be no children’s classes aside from toddler room.
Rev. Dr. Marian Stewart will present “Hands of Love and Labor.” In honor of Labor Day, we’ll look at portraits and profiles of people who work with their hands. Through our hands, we are connected to times, places, and people.