Topic: Unitarian Universalism

What does it mean to be in covenant?

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.

Animal Blessing

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.

What’s Up with Free-Will?

Determinism, agency, and moral responsibility will all be discussed in this sermon, one that will have you shaking your head in uncertainty and wonder, but hopefully leaving with some satisfaction that all is well with your personal illusion that you possess free-will. It’s a really … read more.

Harry Potter, Slapped Awake

Summer services are Sundays at 10am.  Please join us for a variety of topics and presenters.

Every Sunday at 10am, children ages 5 to 12 are invited to join Jen Bojanowski, Summer Sunday School teacher, for a series of activities and cooperative games that highlight our … read more.

Loving Conflict

Join us in worship and prayer to encourage loving, kind, and effective conflict rather than shy away from it. Change is at the heart of all conflict, and we cannot enact a transformative ministry if we ourselves are unwilling to be transformed. When we engage … read more.

Spirit

Sometimes people have experiences of transcendence and of the Sacred. What is this Spirit of Life or Holy Spirit or whatever it is that people experience? What do Unitarians make of what has been called the third member of the Trinity?

Share the plate partner: Kaleidoscope … read more.

RE Sunday

This morning, our annual Religious Exploration Sunday, we will hear from several volunteers who will share with us what they learned teaching the children and youth of this faith community. At the close of each service our children will lead us back to Fellowship Hall … read more.

UU Principles Series: (7th Principle)

UU Principle sermon series: “Who We Are”. Unitarian Universalists don’t profess creeds or archaic dogma but we do express our values in terms of principles. This series takes a creative, curious, and challenging look into how we define ourselves. Today we continue with principle: #7 … read more.