How does Unitarian Universalism support individual and group resilience through a holistic approach to building and living a personal theology?
As part of the larger Social Responsibility and Justice Team, we have made a commitment to Healing Racism. Recently reconstituted, let’s consider why this responsibility is critical to our mission.
During this interim faith formation year we have been dreaming, experimenting, and testing. What have we learned? And how does trust and resilience guide it all?
February 2 has had many names in the history of the northern European and then North American peoples, most lately, “Groundhog Day”, before that, “Candlemas” and before that a day honoring the nature goddess. It is one of the oldest of the special days we … read more.
The practice of hospitality is a shift in praxis. Truly practicing welcome means giving up control and allowing people and emotions that we consider “other” from ourselves to take up home and to teach us. We encounter the opportunity for this radical hospitality in many … read more.
The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a reluctant activist. Pulled into the fight for desegregation, his integrity was seriously tested time and again. How might we learn patience and perseverance from the reluctant leader?
Come for this message of hope in winter. Stay afterward for the workshop titled “Sacred Witness and the Magdalena”.
Our lives are formed from a collection of all our small moments. Do we notice the small things that nourish us and the ones that hinder us from living more joyfully? Come, and participate in the annual ritual of burning off the old.
Come, find yourself in the spiritual odyssey of another member of this congregation.
4pm and 6pm services with candle lighting. Join the choir and all ages for a Christmas Eve service of beauty and celebration of what we hold dear.