Sometimes the most courageous thing we can do to bring about change in our lives and our world is to make one step forward into something new. How do we get the courage to do so?
We all want great things to happen in our lives, in this church and in the world. How can we make these dreams happen together? Visit our YouTube channel or Facebook page to see the Capital Campaign presentation that followed the service.
This sermon will look at the ways we find to keep making the same mistakes over and over again in our own lives, as well as in society at large, and suggest some alternatives with a better chance at success.
Ever want to walk away from life? Come hear how we can deepen our faith during turbulent times.
Oncology chaplain and popular guest speaker Michael Eselun will share some deeply personal reflections about junior high school – a pivotal and often painful time that leaves indelible memories for many of us. In dialogue with some of those 13-year-old’s perceptions, what might be discovered about inherent worth, dignity and compassion?
Many years ago, when he first found himself on a spiritual journey, Rev. James Ford heard a story from the Hindu tradition. It has lived with him ever since. Today, he’ll share his version of that story.
The LGBTQ Action Group speaks on Stonewall. It is the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Inn riots and our fight for LGBTQ equality.
Music Sunday, led by worship leader Matt Meyer. Matt has led worship for hundreds of UU congregations, traveling the country sharing a message of love and justice, through rhythm and song. Matt’s worship leading offers a dynamic experience of music’s enduring power to teach us about ourselves and each other. Engaging worship is about building…
Join us as we celebrate the Unitarian Universalist multigenerational tradition of Flower Communion. We also lift up our Religious Education program this day.
It’s been said that being a Unitarian Universalist means you can “believe whatever you want.” Is that true? Let us go deeper into our faith this Sunday with an openness and curiosity and see what unfolds.