To say hello is to be open to the new and to the unknown – a new friend, a new colleague, a new way of looking at something. Saying goodbye often means letting go, saying farewell to a loved one, a lifestyle, or an idea … read more.
Speaker: Nicole McKay
Restored native prairie wildflowers
As part of the interdependent web of all beings, we recognize and affirm that a healthy Earth is not an option – it is a necessity. What began as a revolution 50 years ago has now turned into a global observance of … read more.
Even though we have roots in Christianity, UUs have a very different perspective on Easter than what you’ll find in a mainline church. Our emphasis on Jesus as a human teacher and community organizer asks us to reckon with the idea that the tomb was … read more.
Humans: we are relational beings. We are made to be connected with one another, to live interdependently. Yet, we can be quick to exclude and erase people because of their identities. Here, we affirm that you can bring your whole self into this space where … read more.
In this time of stay-at-home orders, lockdowns, and code reds, we are grateful that going outside and being out in nature remains open to us, helps ground us, and it’s beauty captures our hearts. Nature has been one gateway into the mystery and wonder that … read more.
This week we are celebrating Heritage Sunday, the anniversary of our church, a few days early. As our faith tradition continues to adapt to our ever changing world, let us remember where we have come from and what we are passing on to a new … read more.
Folks of all ages are invited to join us for our Christmas Eve service. It’s based on traditional Lessons & Carols but, as always, will have Unitarian Universalist twists! We’ll close with our long-standing tradition of singing Silent Night together by candlelight with our virtual … read more.
The turning of the year has brought us back around to the longest night in the northern hemisphere, and the slow return of light to our lives. Come celebrate with us through story and song as we say thank you and farewell to the season … read more.
Questions clarify for us our understanding, cause us to think, and can reveal for us pathways for further inquiry. Asking questions is a spiritual practice that asks us to be vulnerable by admitting we don’t have all the answers as we engage in our free … read more.
Our annual Remembrance Day service is Wednesday, November 11 at 10:30 a.m.
Service Coordinator: Steve Lennon
Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/91501397899?pwd=K3hyWW9CQ3BVcDhTcmNxVHFpNHQyZz09
Meeting ID: 915 0139 7899
November 11, 2020