Safety, though a human need, is never enough. In fact, alone it alone it becomes a trap. It needs to be balanced by a willingness to be brave.
Speaker: Rev. Eric Meter
Rev. Eric Meter is Associate Minister at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus
The Labyrinth is an ancient spiritual tool which mirrors the otten circuitous path of our lives. This morning, let’s explore the wisdom and the creative possibilities walking a labyrinth provides as we close out one year and welcome a new one.
A beautiful service centered on the 300th anniversary of the song “Joy to the World”. All are welcome. Hot cider follows the candlelight service.
Join Rev. Eric and Amber Scott for a family centered celebration of Christmas.
As nights are at their longest, we don’t look only to candles to light our spirits, we look to the compassion of others as well. One step and smile at a time.
Rev. Eric will discuss, What do we UUs mean by “Beloved Community”? Using the Israeli/Palestinian co-production of “Sesame Street” from 20 years ago as a backdrop, lets take a look at this thing we call Beloved Community.
This morning we continue our annual tradition of welcoming those we carry with us in spirit. Please bring a photo of, or another object representing, those we still love who are no longer with us.
Columbus Day, Indiginous Peoples Day – which most deserves our notice? The act of paying attention is one of the most valuable skills we have in creating a culture worthy of our best selves. How, then, can we best use it do so?
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!
Bring your two-legged, four-legged, winged, finned, or slithering friends to our second annual Animal Blessing. We will celebrate all creatures and their place in our lives. Rumor has it that our furry, scaly, feathery friends prefer to appreciate their human companions while on leash, in … read more.