As our theme this month, we’ll look at the fine and wavering line between what is sacred and what is ordinary. Even when we look at our history and our congregation’s history, seemingly ordinary moments take on a new power if we choose to bless … read more.
This second part of a two-part series looks at surrender. What are you called to give yourself over to entirely? How does letting go and acknowledging certain realities bring freedom? What does surrender have to do with your spiritual life?
This first part of a two-part series asks what it means to be part of the resistance in a complicated time. What are you personally called to resist? What are the forms that resistance can take in our lives, in our communities, in our world? … read more.
So often, the world throws so much our way – personal struggles, global chaos, fast paces, and busy schedules. We also hold gratitude for the ways in which our lives bring joy. Essentially, we all hold a myriad of truths. And in themidst of our … read more.
Our country’s fifth inaugural poet, Richard Blanco, famously read a poetic love song to the nation in January of 2013. This Veterans Day weekend, we’ll read that poem again in honor of all those who love and serve the deepest visions of this country. … read more.
During our last Justice Sunday we laid the foundation by exploring how Liberation can transform our hearts and prepare our minds for justice. This Justice Sunday, we’ll take a journey outward and explore what it means for each of us to find our place in … read more.
On this special Sunday with one single service at 10am, we’ll bring all of our congregation’s musical resources to bear, every voice and gestured raised up in the songs we find to be most sacred. What song feels sacred to you? What songs surprise you … read more.
Historically, Unitarian Universalism has been a “this worldly” faith, interested in salvation and justice in this world and not the next one. In current times, however, our congregations find their best work by offering a counter narrative to the world as it is. What is … read more.
The Coming of Age class has spent a year discovering who they are, what they believe, and how it all relates to Unitarian Universalism. This worship service is a rite of passage that ends the year with class members sharing their personal belief statements.
Join Rev. Amanda for our first Justice Sunday, a time to highlight the holistic work of our Social Justice groups. The morning begins with a service centered around the broad justice work and issues in which our congregation is involved. Following the service, meet … read more.