This year’s solstice finds us each in a different place than we would’ve imagined last year. But while some things change, some things still stay the same. The solstice is a time for deep reflection and presence – a time to pay attention to what is and what could be as we move into this … read more
Speaker: Rev. Amanda Weatherspoon Minister for Justice & Community Building
In the midst of global pandemic, rising authoritarianism, and uprising, lives hang in the balance and the future of democracy is on the line. In response, Unitarian Universalists are answering the call of our faith, building powerful partnerships to mobilize our communities to #VoteLove and #DefeatHate in the 2020 elections. Join UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray, … read more
This year at our annual Animal Blessing service, we’ll explore the global reset we’re being collectively invited into. How do we experience the shift from being in dominion of the planet to being stewards of the gift we’ve been given? How do we honor life on this planet – not for human entertainment and consumption … read more
In this annual flower communion and music service, we will lift up the beauty that can bless a broken world. What life rises from the ashes? What words of praise can we offer from our broken hearts?
For many years, theologians and religious professionals alike have been postulating that the way we gather together as people of faith will change. As we wrap up the congregational year, in the midst of chaos and change, we find ways to turn toward the future even as we navigate the present. What are the “pockets” … read more
April begins our new worship theme of “Sorrow and Joy”. As we move deeper into the demands and restrictions of our daily lives, how do we shape and create the spaces that we are in? Whether we are in familiar places or different spaces — what do we need to feel steadiness? How do our … read more
We’ll explore liberation through the lens of faith based organizing. As UUs we are socially aware, civically engaged, and justice-seeking — we know the power of organizing. How can we use our shared faith to bring shape to the movements dear to our hearts and help build loving and lasting communities? How can we build … read more
In our quest for truth we often stick to fact-based reality over emotionally driven idealism, but in our shared human experience we witness the power of the imagined.What is the role of radical imagination in collective liberation? How can we intentionally create the future for which we long and dream? This is a Justice Sunday … read more
Please join us for our Winter Solstice Service, a contemplative, candlelight service with rituals, meditations, and music. This year we’ll have guest musician Lea Morris who brings a soulful, earthy, folky vibe into the mix. Come reflect, release, and set intentions for the year ahead, meditate with crystal sound bowls, and root down with one … read more
Join Rev. Amanda for a history of the ways we’ve sought and gained justice at this Justice Sunday service.