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.
Topic: Unitarian Universalism
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.
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 our shoulders can be liberating. What might that perspective free us up … read more.
What has been happening with or antiracism program, beloved conversations? What have we learned? What will we do about it?
“We, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote: journeying toward spiritual wholeness by working to build a diverse multicultural Beloved … read more.
“I was six when I saw that everything was God, and my hair stood up, and all, [the boy] said. It was on a Sunday, I remember. My sister was a tiny child then, and she was drinking her milk, and all of a sudden I saw that she was God and the milk was God. I mean, all she was doing was pouring God into God, if you know what I mean.” – J.D. Salinger
In art and architecture, religion has shifted its views of where paradise is located. In this season of Passover, Easter, and Earth Day, we will examine the connection between the ancient and modern and what might give us hope.
After the service, join us for coffee … read more.
What do UUs believe about sin and evil? We often hear desserts described as “sinful.” We are sometimes made to feel guilty for having too large a carbon footprint, or for not doing enough social justice work. Is this just the old puritanicalism with new … read more.
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: #6 … read more.