With respect to the “truth” referenced in the Unitarian Universalist 4th Principle, are science and religion searching for the same thing?
The color green signals not only the coming of spring and our care for the environment, but the luck of the Irish, and the color of money. We call today Celebration Sunday and we’ll praise all that makes our fellowship possible. Please come prepared to … read more.
What has it meant to continue to be a part of a study group? Why should we learn for its own sake?
Today we’ll celebrate membership in our fellowship. For many, simply the arrival is a journey, but also, the journey itself is home.
Every person’s journey is full of stories of how they came to be here today that deserve honor and recognition. Understanding our personal stories and listening to the stories of others, we come to sense that they are not very different from our own.
What can we learn from Black History, both in the nation and in our own faith movement?
Multigenerational service. It used to be everybody got a hug if someone wanted to give one. We are discovering a greater awareness that there is more involved than just what we want. Worship will be followed by “Fellowship FondUU”!
How do we build trust in what matters? In the time in which we live, where we aren’t certain of what is real, what tools do we have?
Today we’ll mark twenty years of ministry, considering the shifts and surprises along the way. What beliefs help ground the journey? Stay for a reception with cake and a toast.
On this last Sunday of Black History Month, we’ll experience a life imprinted from faith and church. Aretha Franklin was an activist, a diva, an icon. Let’s honor her influence on us.