As we approach the High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, we might use this as an opportunity to think about things differently than before. How might we widen our view?
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Do you need to believe in God to be able to receive the gift of grace? Grace may offer us the gift of meaning, purpose and belonging.
Join us for All Community Worship as we celebrate our annual fall ingathering. Bring water from your summer days as we consider our expectations for the days ahead. The Spirit Movers will contribute to the beauty of the service.
How can we enhance the quality of life in La Plata County? Our coalition of workers and employers are endeavoring to make this a county in which living is thriving.
Maybe UUs could be called, “people of a book,” because we like to read. Bring a good book with you to give away, and take another home. We’ll gather them all on the altar, and celebrate the gifts of learning.
“We are all bound up together in one great bundle of humanity,” proclaimed Frances Watkins Harper, and we have seen that this summer in glimpses of our history. How might we enrich our lives from these lessons of existence?
Antoinette Brown Blackwell was the first American woman to be ordained as minister by a congregation. How similar, or different are the times we live in today?
Darrow never joined a Unitarian or Universalist church, but was in regular attendance. How do we, too, side with the principle of truth and civil liberty?
In 1965, James Reeb heard the “call to Selma” from Martin Luther King, Jr. and joined six hundred civil rights activists there, putting himself in harm’s way. How does Reeb show us courage today?