EASTER SUNDAY – TWO SERVICES 9:30 AND 11AM Mystery and metaphor are helpful tools around holy days that might not always make sense for us. Yet how might we find something real in this celebratory holiday? Formal child dedication ceremonies will be held today—contact Rev. Katie to be included in this special UU ritual.
Rev. Katie Kandarian-Morris
It’s a good practice to reflect upon beliefs and values, especially on anniversaries. It’s wise for the minister who serves a congregation to name where she stands. Come, celebrate with your minister.
One side of our now conjoined Unitarian Universalist tradition was born out of response to an overly emotional fixation on biblical miracles. How did an appreciation for politeness and reason balance with romantic Transcendentalism to offer something useful for today’s faith?
We’re living in a special time that calls for a special response. What is the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango charged to do and be for such a time as this? Celebration Sunday welcomes our stewardship commitment and finishes with a “Finger Food Feast” following the service.
On this day where we honor our newest members, we’ll consider what it means to belong. Why are Universalists the love people?
Martin Luther King, Jr. day launched 30 days of love through the “Standing on the Side of Love,” advocacy campaign. What sustains us, and how might we demonstrate this sustenance?
How do we talk about the meaning of this place to other people in a time where going to church doesn’t feel popular? Can we create an “elevator speech” to share the good news?
We’ve been hearing that we’re stuck in silos of agreement. Our groups are based on class, race, political leanings. Where might breaking out be a way of growth and meaning?
Let’s listen to prophetic words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and glean wisdom for today’s times.
For our annual “burning off” ceremony, let’s take some time to consider what makes sense to let go this year. What spiritual or emotional baggage have you been clutching?