“The vocabulary of a religious faith once seemed dead to me,” writes Kathleen Norris, who conceded that, even after returning to church, “I’d run into barriers, words that seemed like mental roadblocks.” This is familiar territory for many of us. Sacred words may scare us, … read more.
When asked about Unitarianism, a good many of us will use “not” in our answer. We are NOT this, or NOT that. But what are we? Where is the ground on which we stand?
Service Coordinator: Steve Lennon
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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.
One of the quips often made about Unitarian Universalists around Easter is that our Unitarian history means we’re the folks who believe that Jesus didn’t get back up again. How can we use the story of Easter in these times of illness and despair to … read more.